A bill that enables licensed midwives to practice without physician supervision that secured assembly approval in May passed unanimously in the state senate last week. The problem with the current law, which requires official supervision, is that doctors fear losing their liability insurance if they served as supervisors, effectively leaving midwives with no way to follow the letter of . . .

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