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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Cheryl Sullenger
Virginia's busiest abortion provider has closed after struggling to comply with 2011 legislation that imposed hospital-like standards on abortion clinics.
Abortion opponents had scrutinized Neuhaus for years and raised questions about her activities, and Sullenger said she the board is "wise" to appeal Theis' ruling.
"She's not fit to practice medicine, and if she gets her license back, she'll endanger the public," Sullenger said.