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The personhood debate and the science of fertility and IVF

May 23, 2012


Slate, May 23, 2012 by Belle Boggs During our Two Week Waits, my husband and I often take walks to the river near our house. Among couples trying to conceive (or TTC, as it’s known among people who have been trying for a while), the Two Week Wait is the wait between ovulation and a […]

Arizona Abortion Bill: Legislators Pass Three Bills, Including One That Redefines When Life Begins

April 10, 2012


Huffington Post, April 10, 2012 by John Celock Arizona lawmakers gave final passage to three anti-abortion bills Tuesday afternoon, including one that declares pregnancies in the state begin two weeks before conception. The Republican-controlled House of Representatives passed a bill to prohibit abortions after the 18th week of pregnancy; a bill to protect doctors from […]

Oklahoma Senate Passes Personhood Act, Effectively Banning All Abortions

February 16, 2012


Oklahoma Senate Passes Personhood Act, Effectively Banning All Abortions Addicting Info, February 16, 2012 by Stephen D. Foster Jr. The Republican dominated Oklahoma Senate has overwhelmingly passed Senate Bill 1433, also known as the Personhood Act, by a vote of 34-8. The bill would define life as beginning at conception, effectively banning all abortions and […]