• Gestational age limits and informed-consent standards.
• Reasons why hospitals, physicians' offices, surgical facilities and abortion clinics face different "regulatory treatment."
• How West Virginia's abortion laws and regulations compare to those in other states.
• "Regulations and standards for health-care facilities generally and abortion clinics specifically."
A spokeswoman for Morrisey said she would not comment on the response from the public until the deadline is past.
"It seems like an orchestrated attempt to advance an agenda," Sarah Rogers, a staff attorney for the state chapter of the ACLU, said of efforts to put more abortion regulations in place. "And we think this is a veiled attempt to limit access to health services."
Several groups, including WVFree, Planned Parenthood, the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the West Virginia Nurses' Association and Fairness West Virginia, are planning to rally against the proposed regulations Tuesday at the Capitol Complex.
More than 350 people have said on Facebook they will attend the rally, scheduled for noon Tuesday in the Upper Rotunda of the Capitol, Pomponio said.
"We are incredibly heartened by the response," she said. "There are people coming from around the state . . . . I've been with WV Free for more than 10 years, and I haven't seen this kind of energy. Period."
Nor has she seen a bigger affront to women's reproductive rights in the state, she said. "I would say that West Virginians know when they're being bamboozled," Pomponio said. "We understand that the attorney general has teamed up with a fringe political organization to take women back in time. To see that coordination is what is so unsettling and alarming to people. . . . This rally is sending a strong message: West Virginia women don't want your time machine, Mr. Morrisey."
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