late-term abortion


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late-term abortion

Post-viability abortion Medical ethics Any abortion performed after the fetus would be viable if delivered to a nonspecialized health center. See Partial birth abortion.
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But these Democrats voting in the Democratic primary presumably looked at the ballot and said, 'Davis, Davis - that's the late-term abortion person.
She shared the story of her late-term abortion and how she came to regret it.
Yet there is a very simple, straightforward strategy for seizing the high ground on abortion in a way that transcends the normal divisions and commands wide popular support: Focus on the horror of late-term abortion -- and get it banned.
By showing rather than telling, After Tiller depicts late-term abortion as the complex moral dilemma that it is for patients and doctors alike.
Although these few words are intended to describe only the horrific case of Kermit Gosnell, the 72-year-old physician who was convicted May 13 of murdering three babies born alive during late-term abortion procedures, in reality they prophetically condemn America's entire multi-billion-dollar slaughterhouse abortion industry, which over the past 40 years has been responsible for the murders of an estimated 50 million pre-born babies at all levels of development.
The verdicts come as late-term abortion has become a hot-button issue in a number of statehouses this year.
The title of the documentary After Tiller refers to the future of late-term abortion in the U.
the current ones over the autism- mercury link and late-term abortion for fetuses with deformities, and the longstanding one over deaf-mute Helen Keller's achievements.
May 31, 2009: Prominent late-term abortion provider George Tiller is shot and killed in a Wichita church where he was serving as an usher.
WE'RE HERE TO BEGIN A play about a late-term abortion.
A week later he acknowledged that his investigation is also aimed at "criminal late-term abortion.
In 2000 another eminent conservative, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, assailed his colleagues' ruling striking down Nebraska's late-term abortion ban by likening it to Dred Scott and Korematsu, the rulings which upheld the constitutionality of, respectively, slavery and the Japanese-American internment.