kcrg.com DES MOINES, Iowa -- A state panel that oversees and regulates physicians and medical practices in Iowa voted Friday to adopt rules curtailing doctors’ ability to dispense abortion-inducing pills via a video-conferencing system. The Iowa Board of Medicine voted 8-2 to approve proposed administrative rule that would establish standards of practice for physicians who prescribe and administer abortion-inducing drugs. The revised rules could take effect sometime in October, ending the practice of distributing abortion-inducing pills via a video-conferencing system. to read more click here: kcrg.com
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