Tuesday, Mar 19 2019 8:19 AM full issue ACLU attorney Julia Kaye says the law is a hardship on rural women because it requires them to travel several hours to receive services, but defenders of the law say there is little evidence to support that charge. Dozens of states have similar restrictions. News on abortion comes out of Georgia, as well. The Associated Press: Groups Want Trial To Allow Non-Doctors To Perform Abortions The Associated Press: Anti-Abortion Bill Clears Georgia Senate Committee Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia ‘Heartbeat Bill’ Clears Senate Panel This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.