Conservatives in Idaho have pushed anti-abortion to new limits. Now, under a new law, Idaho will require abortion providers to release personal details about their patients, this includes how many times they’ve had the procedure done.
On Thursday, Gov. Butch Otter (R) signed a bill into law that will require abortion providers to collect and release data on patients’ personal and health information, according to The Associated Press.
According to the new law, abortion providers will have to collect the following information: The woman’s age, race, number of children, if any of their children have died and the number of their past abortions.
But that’s not all. In addition to those details, the law requires medical practitioners to report a list of any possible abortion complications, including infection, blood clot, hemorrhaging, depression, anxiety and sleeping disorders.