The state of Idaho’s Department of Health and Human Services has announced an appointment for an abortion specialist to oversee the care of women who want to terminate a pregnancy.
The appointment comes as Idaho’s GOP-controlled Legislature tries to overturn the 2015 ruling by the state’s Supreme Court that made abortion legal in the state.
The position of Idaho Abortion Services is a senior-level position, which is considered a position that requires experience in obstetrics and gynecology.
The position will also include overseeing the provision of abortions, pregnancy testing, and other reproductive health services.
The Department of Public Health says that the position will take up to eight weeks to fill.
The department also says the position is temporary.
“This appointment is intended to ensure the best possible care for Idaho women and families through a specialist in obstetric and gynaecology and to ensure that we are providing the highest level of care to Idaho women,” the department said in a statement.
“The role of a licensed abortion provider in Idaho is to perform medically necessary and safe medical procedures on a woman seeking an abortion.
The care of a woman who needs an abortion is a matter of personal choice, and the department has no control over that decision.”
Idaho was the first state in the US to ban abortions in 2015, following a landmark decision by the Supreme Court in Roe v.
That decision overturned a lower court ruling that found the state had no right to ban abortion.
In 2015, the state of Texas decided to allow its state clinics to offer abortions following the Supreme court’s ruling.
The state had also allowed doctors to perform terminations under the same laws in the rest of the country.
The decision was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The court ruled that Texas’ laws were unconstitutional, and it ordered the state to enforce the ruling, which effectively banned abortion in the U