- Couple wins 50 million in 'wrongful birth' suit, wants to return disabled baby
- Pro-abort senator wants illegal pro abortion 'buffer zone' at abortion clinics
- Woman conceived in rape slams Obama's overseas abortion campaign
- Campaign for 'fertility equality' begins in Israel
'A couple in Washington state have won what is being called the biggest so-called “wrongful birth” lawsuit ever, when they claim they were denied information that could have led them to abort their disabled baby.
A state senator who says he has personally escorted women into abortion clinics has introduced legislation to require a statewide “buffer zone” prohibiting pro-life activity around abortion clinics.
A leading advocate for rape victims and their children has criticized a push by three major international human rights organizations to convince President Barack Obama to use an Executive Order to fund some abortions overseas for the first time since a 1973 law prevented such funding.
On Wednesday Israeli Health minister Yael German announced her plans to liberalize her country's fertility law. Amongst her sweeping reforms, German wants to allow same-sex couples to become "parents" with the help of an Israeli surrogate mother.