I didn't see much new information in this Emily Bazelon NYT piece. Abortion advocates are scared to challenged fetal pain legislation but they like to describe their decision as "good legal strategy," which it may well be. It doesn't change the reality that they're fearful of the consequences of losing a challenge.
What is laughable is how Bazelon describes a high school-level report by pro-abort Henry Waxman's staff as a "Congressional investigation." The whole report is basically: prolife CPCs claim one thing about how abortion affects women but we have one or two studies which say different, ergo they're providing misleading information.
There's no thought to where are CPCs are getting their information, evidence showing those studies were poor, etc.