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Woman gets $8 million after botched abortion
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Date: Nov 11, 1992
Start Page: 4.C
Section: METRO
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"We think this case illustrates why Maryland needs to regulate abortion clinics, and not just abortion clinics, but any clinic that performs outpatient surgery and gives serious, potent drugs to patients and then expects them to get up and walk out," said Patrick A. Malone, Ms. Logan's attorney.

During the last days of the recent referendum campaign over Maryland's new abortion law, the Vote kNOw Coalition, leading the fight against the measure, ran television commercials featuring footage of Ms. Logan in a wheelchair. The coalition contended that women's safety would remain unprotected in abortion clinics should the new law pass. Voters, however, approved the measure, which gives the state health department the authority to regulate clinics.

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