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Ohio’s Push For Fertilized Eggs As People Appears Doomed

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The state has less than two weeks to gather 95 percent of their necessary signatures.

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Nevada “Egg-As-Person” 2012 Ballot Initiative is Dead

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Due to lack of support, there will be no “personhood” on the state’s ballot this year.

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Montana Pushes For Fertilized Egg As Person Ballot Amendment

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Yet another state wants to ask voters to give rights to eggs at the moment of conception.

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Personhood USA to Mitt Romney: Why Won’t You Sign Our Pledge?

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He’s the last man standing, but that doesn’t mean the most extreme of the anti-choice activists are willing to accept him.

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Alabama Anti-Choice Politicians Work Fast To Push Through Abortion Restrictions

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Tuesday, they complained that nothing was getting through committee.  But by Thursday they hope to have new restrictions ready to be signed into law.

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Oklahoma “Egg As Person” and Heartbeat Bills Pass House Committee

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If the state’s voters don’t want it, the legislature will just force it on them.

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Like a Bad Horror Movie, “Egg-As-Person” Ballot Amendment Back In Colorado Again. And Again.

Personhood Colorado makes yet another go at establishing full rights of “personhood” for  fertilized eggs.

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Nevada Moves Ahead With “Prenatal Protection” Amendments

When they say they want to protect “young and old” alike, they mean really, really, really “young.” Like, fertilized eggs.

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Nevada Tries New Anti-Abortion Measure After Original Language Fails

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At least they still managed to work “prenatal person” in.

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Personhood Arkansas Blames Proposal Defeat on “Pro-Abortion” AG

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If your amendment language gets turned down, it must be a super secret “pro-abort” plot.

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