When they say they want to protect “young and old” alike, they mean really, really, really “young.” Like, fertilized eggs.
At least they still managed to work “prenatal person” in.
Nevada’s attempt at defining a fertilized egg as a “prenatal person” seems likely never to make it past petition stage.
PersonhoodUSA gives up their attempt to gather signatures in time for the 2010 election.
Stupak’s stance could deny prenatal care for his own suffering district, the rhetoric of abortion waivers and slavery, and other stories.
In an editorial published yesterday, Oklahoma vs. Women, the New York Times takes on efforts by the state of Oklahoma to force women to put their private medical information on a public website. The Las Vegas Sun suggests an egg-as-person initiative in Nevada could be a “gift” to Democrats.