The New York Post’s Sunday Editorial Page has a great piece, All the Governor’s Priorities, criticizing the latest push for unlimited abortion:
It’s hard to see the demand. A just-released statewide poll taken by McLaughlin & Associates on behalf of the Chiaroscuro Foundation suggests that when New Yorkers are informed about the number of abortions in their state, they don’t share the governor’s sense that this is a priority.
Indeed, nearly four out of five believe the state already provides sufficient access. Four out of five also oppose having unlimited abortion through the ninth month. And three-quarters oppose changing the law to allow someone other than a doctor to perform surgical abortions.
Read the rest here.