Doctors in training are avoiding some states based on restrictive abortions laws

How attractive to employers will states be that cannot provide quality health care to employees? It seems to me that it would make it hard to recruit potential employees.

According to new statistics from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), for the second year in a row, students graduating from U.S. medical schools this year were less likely to apply for residency positions in states with abortion bans and other significant abortion restrictions.

Since the Supreme Court in 2022 overturned the constitutional right to an abortion, state fights over abortion access have created plenty of uncertainty for pregnant patients and their doctors. But that uncertainty has also bled into the world of medical education, forcing some new doctors to factor state abortion laws into their decisions about where to begin their careers.


Called this issue long ago.


The issue is locking up the doctors.

There is no reason to help a single person for any medical reason in those states.

What is next suing doctors because they show up for work? That is what it amounts to.

If people are that completely ignorant to hell with them.

Their ignorance is not based on religion. There are no mentions of abortion in any of the texts. It is a chosen ignorance.

Also, more women are becoming doctors. The misogyny involved is ignorant crap.