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Embryo Reviewed

Sunday’s New York Times Book Review carried a review of Embryo: A Defense of Human Life. The reviewer, Slate.com’s bioethics writer/reporter William Saletan, is someone that I generally respect as a thoughtful writer, even though I don’t always agree with him. His review of Embryo,…

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13 Feb 2008 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog 1 comment

South Dakota Senate Defeats Threat to Pharmacists

The South Dakota Senate has rejected, by a vote of 22 to 12, a bill that would have removed legal protection from pharmacists who refuse to sell or dispense contraceptives including so-called “emergency contraceptives” in violation of their consciences. Senate Bill 164 proposed that a…

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12 Feb 2008 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, ROC no comments

Assisted Suicide Initiative Challenged in Washington

Disability advocates, medical professionals, pro-life advocates, and other opponents of physician-assisted suicide have filed a lawsuit to stop a proposed Washington ballot initiative legalizing the practice. The Coalition Against Assisted Suicide maintains that the wording of Initiative 1000 fails to inform voters of all the…

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11 Feb 2008 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog no comments

A Lack of Prudence

This article originally appeared in the Fall 2007 issue of Human Life Review. Used by Permission. For a free sample issue of Human Life Review, call 212-685-5210 or visit www.humanlifereview.com. A Lack of Prudence by Clarke D. Forsythe President, Americans United for Life In June,…

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06 Feb 2008 Posted by Americans United for Life in Abortion, Blog, In the News, Originalism, PBA no comments

AUL State Supreme Court Project Complete . . . for Now

All 50 state supreme court whitepapers have been posted at AULStateSupremeCourtProject.org! We will continue to update the papers as situations change in the states. The AUL State Supreme Court Project is just one way that we are preparing for the day after Roe. Explore our…

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06 Feb 2008 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog 1 comment

Abortion remains one of the most unregulated and unaccountable medical procedures in the country

So says Jonathan Imbody, Vice President for Government Relations at Christian Medical Association, in an op-ed in today’s Washington Times: The article “Clinic must release abortion data” (Nation, Thursday), which details a Kansas grand jury’s investigation of illegal late-term abortions, exposes the fact that abortion…

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06 Feb 2008 Posted by Americans United for Life in Abortion, Blog, Clinic Regulation no comments
 
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