Fears for welfare of Iranian pastor facing execution

UK: “Trans lesbian couple marry after one half has sex change”

Duties to the Unborn: Alabama Supreme Court Deems Viability Irrelevant to Fetal Wrongful-Death Actions

    Jonathan Berry at The Federalist Society: April Mack sued to recover for the wrongful death of her unborn child, who miscarried after a car accident. The Alabama Supreme Court ultimately vindicated her right to recovery, despite her having miscarried her child before the point of viability. In order to do so, the court found that viability made no sense as a prerequisite to wrongful-death recovery, holding an unborn child’s gestational age irrelevant as a matter of law. Conspicuously, the court never saw fit to even mention the U.S. Supreme Court’s abortion jurisprudence and its treatment of viability.


  • Posted: 11/16/2011
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  • Source: www.fed-soc.org

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“Modern Polygamist Family: Why They’re Risking Jail” | ABC

Defining Marriage: Is Traditional Culture in Danger?

UK: Flu vaccinations for all children move a step closer

ADF Allied Attorney Update: November 2011

Senate Dems Poised to Hold Defense Authorization Bill Hostage to DOMA Repeal

Elizabeth Marquardt: Get Ready for Group Marriage

“UN should establish a global fund for justice” | Guardian

Miss. abortion amendment backers creating political committee

FRC to Hold News Conference on Second Annual Index of Family Belonging and Rejection

DC lawmakers reject Issa’s bill due to abortion provision

Brooklyn Museum to display video criticized as anti-Christian

Reclusive North Korea opens door a crack

The Supreme Recusal Question | WSJ Video

Kansas State Court Quietly Stops Pro-Life Abortion Law

Australia: Christian lobby angered by Gillard’s position on conscience vote

Australia: “Labor Left fights for policy change over same-sex marriage”

Royal Society of Canada report urging legalization of euthanasia a ‘sham’: anti-euthanasia leader

‘Vegetative’ patients may be fully conscious: Lancet study

NY lawsuit: Same-sex ‘marriage’ legal by unlawful means

‘The unspoken code is that a good soldier will have an abortion’: how one U.S. soldier chose life

“Bangladesh bride disowns her ‘dowry demanding’ husband” | BBC

Pakistan passes law to stop ‘anti-women practices’

The United Nations Says Broadband Is Basic Human Right

Plea for TV of health care hearings

WA: King County judge named to state Supreme Court

“Insurance Mandate May Be Health Law’s Undoing” | NY Times

FBI May Invoke FOIA Exemption For Its Investigations Guide

USCIRF Will Get Another Temporary Extension In Continuing Resolution

Senate Democrats Attempt to Gut Pro-Life Abortion Policies

Abortion Practitioner Quits After Texas Passes Pro-Life Laws

Supreme Court will hear in vitro Social Security case

Sessions presses Holder on Justice Kagan’s involvement with health law

TSA encourages ‘family lane’ use for holiday travel

    The Hill: The Transportation Security Administration is encouraging families traveling for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays to use a dedicated lane that would allow frequent fliers to avoid them.


  • Posted: 11/16/2011
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: thehill.com

GOP leaders preparing rank-and-file for deal on new tax revenues

Foreign holdings of US Treasury debt increase

“Germany to create far right extremists’ register”

Law School Is a ‘Sucker’s Bet’ in Down Economy, Hedge Funds Say

“Phantom Technologies Works to Ensure iBoss Filters Do Not Block LGBT Content”

Church Turns to Higher Authority in Zoning Battle | WSJ (subscription only)

Steven Aden: If You Don’t See the Baby, Is It Still a Baby?

Alan E. Sears: In New York, A Victory For The Pro-Life Message

Nurses told: Assist in abortions or face loss of jobs | NRL News Today – Nurse Statements

Planned Parenthood throws in the towel | OneNewsNow

Pro-Life Nurse: “It felt like the whole world crashed on me” | NRL News Today

Nurses Speak Out About Pressure They Faced to Do Abortions

NJ nurses explain lawsuit against hospital’s abortion requirements