Fderal judge strikes abortion sign law
A federal judge has struck down a Baltimore ordinance that required
pregnancy centers to post signs saying they don't provide abortions, saying
it violated free speech rights.
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Women must be told that "abortion will end the life of a whole, separate,
unique, living human being"
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit ruled that the South Dakota
informed consent law must be told that abortion will end the life of a whole,
separate, unique, living human being. The ruling cites the U.S. Supreme
Court ruling in the 2007 partial birth abortion case
(Carhart v. Gonzales).
That case cited an amicus brief written by Trinity Legal Center President
Linda Sheeter that included testimony of women hurt by abortion.   
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8th Circuit ruling   
Supreme Court declines Acuna case
Lower court ruling stands, allowing a
physician to give false information to a
pregnant woman.
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