- Fetal homicide laws a good start
- Pope calls marriage 'only worthy place' for conception
- 'Endless' stock of human eggs in adult women?
- Is Illinois next state in line for gay 'marriage'?
- Fetal homicide laws to be introduced in Western Australia
- Court Rules for Pro-life Pharmacists in Washington State
Posted: 26 Feb 2012 10:02 AM PST
Right to life groups believe if the government was willing to acknowledge through the law that an unborn baby was a life, then laws surrounding abortion should also reflect that recognition.
Posted: 26 Feb 2012 07:09 AM PST
Pope Benedict XVI on Saturday urged infertile couples to shun artificial procreation, decrying such methods as a form of arrogance.
Posted: 26 Feb 2012 05:06 AM PST
It has long been thought a woman was born with all the eggs she would have. Scientists now have discovered stem cells in women of reproductive age that can produce eggs, providing a new avenue of treatment for female infertility.
Posted: 26 Feb 2012 02:14 AM PST
Less than a year since civil unions became legal in Illinois, a push to give same-sex couples the right to 'marry' has emerged at the state Capitol, proving the slippery slope of civil unions are generally only a first step in the attack on marriage.
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 03:29 PM PST
Offenders who kill an unborn child by assaulting a pregnant mother or by dangerous driving face a life sentence under historic new laws. The laws will, for the first time, recognize an unborn baby as a human life.
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 09:27 AM PST
Chris Gregoire, the state's Board of Pharmacy had violated the constitutionally guaranteed religious freedoms of pro-life pharmacists with a 2007 rule requiring them to stock and supply drugs such as Plan B and “ella” that can induce abortions.