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In addition to healthcare reform, U.S. Supreme Court will tackle the implications of assisted reproductive technologies

The current U.S. Supreme Court session is proving to be an exciting one.  In addition to granting review of healthcare reform cases today, the Court also granted review in Capato v. Astrue—a case involving the rights of posthumously-conceived children. In this world of assisted reproductive…

14 Nov 2011 Posted by Americans United for Life in Bioethics, Blog, Informed Consent, Reproductive Technologies, SCOTUS, USSC no comments

AUL in the News: Washington Post on Measure 26 in Mississippi

Sarah Kliff of The Washington Post interviewed Clarke Forsythe today in a discussion on the failure of Measure 26 in Mississippi yesterday. From the story: “Mississippi should caution people about using abstract, broad language for state constitutional amendments,” says Clark Forsythe, senior counsel at Americans…

09 Nov 2011 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog no comments

Legislative Efforts to Protect the Unborn Will Not Be Set Back by the Defeat of the Mississippi Personhood Amendment

“This vote will not diminish the moral proposition that life in the womb deserves legal protections,” said AUL’s Dr. Charmaine Yoest. WASHINGTON, D.C. (11-09-11) – Americans United for Life President and CEO Dr. Charmaine Yoest said Wednesday that the “long and noble legal precedent for…

09 Nov 2011 Posted by Americans United for Life in Media Alerts no comments
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