In January, the state attorney general filed a criminal complaint against Rios charging him with three counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm and two counts of being a felon in possession of ammunition. If convicted, Rios’ probation could be revoked and he could be sentenced to prison.
In light of Rios’ criminal history, the medical board is now seeking to have Rios’ license to practice medicine revoked, alleging in part, “he has been convicted of crimes substantially related to the qualifications, functions or duties of a physician and surgeon…”
Both the New York Times and the Boston Globe have obits for former National Right to Life Committee president Mildred Jefferson who died on Friday at the age of 84.
The Daily Princetonian has an article on a recent conference on abortion at Princeton entitled, "Open Hearts, Open Minds and Fair Minded Words."