Bloomberg Abortion Decision Andrea Bernstein of member station WNYC reports abortion training will soon be routine for OB/GYN residents in New York City public hospitals. New Mayor Michael Bloomberg ordered the change. It could make abortion more available nationwide, since so many doctors are schooled in New York. Abortion opponents are alarmed.
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Andrea Bernstein of member station WNYC reports abortion training will soon be routine for OB/GYN residents in New York City public hospitals. New Mayor Michael Bloomberg ordered the change. It could make abortion more available nationwide, since so many doctors are schooled in New York. Abortion opponents are alarmed.