Even if they remove the content concerning miscarriage and add in rape/incest exceptions, it's still unnecessary legislation!
"In general, it is better to avoid legislating medical practice, with a few exceptions for matters of public health. Medicine, if properly practiced, is based on evidence. ... by the time a medical textbook is printed, it is out of date. The law can be slower and harder to change than a textbook. We can and do legislate morality. But we can’t legislate science.
Decades ago, we thought x-rays and Acetaminophen were safe. Ultrasounds, as far as we know are safe—but what if we’re wrong and they cause side effects later? It’s better not to do any medical test /treatment unless there is a known medical benefit.
A better way to regulate medical care is through oversight by licensing boards. Lawsuits provide an additional means of reining in bad doctors. There are also more general laws requiring informed consent before surgical procedures, including abortions."