Case doesn't have to be winnable for a hospital to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars defending themselves. Or to throw somebody in jail for a few days to send a message
Texas law exempts a pregnant person from being charged with murder or any lesser homicide charge for an abortion.
Blind to reality as usual.
That's not coercion nor is it on topic
It's not Simple Deontology then, is it? Things being good or bad based on circumstances is literally consequentialism.
I'm intimately familiar with a wide variety their reasonings, probably moreso than you are. And I think they're wrong for a similar variety of reasons. You just stating "other people think different" is not an opinion nor an argument and does not need to be taken seriously,
Says the dude who doesn't read his own sources
Ahh yes, the unique feature of Twitter that YouTube does not do, lmao
Frequently, yeah. Knowledge of laws and bureaucracy are necessary to run a hospital, so at the very least they have lawyers on staff taking a look at these laws
Physicians must treat in line with patients' wishes and standards of care. Some medical ethicists say that abortion bans will force doctors to disregard these obligations in order to follow the law.
You have yet to make a case for government interventions in pregnancy that wasn't just a vague allusion to other people thinking government has the right of interventions in pregnancy, let alone a case that abortions are immoral.
Therefore, Colorado's abortion law is amoral at worst. I'd argue it's explicitly moral, as it shields people from corrupt governmental coercion that can cause them direct and indirect harm