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ABORTION CASES
(2007-04-19)
(wgvu) - ABORTION-RIGHTS ADVOCATES SAY A U-S
SUPREME COURT RULING TODAY UPHOLDING LIMITS ON ABORTIONS MAY AFFECT
A MICHIGAN CASE
THERE'S AN EFFORT TO OVERTURN A MICHIGAN LAW THAT DEFINES A
HUMAN EMBRYO AS A PERSON ONCE ANY PART OF IT EMERGES FROM THE
MOTHER STILL ATTACHED TO THE EMBRYO.
OPPONENTS SAY THAT PUTS DOCTORS PERFORMING ANY ABORTION RISK OF
A STATE MURDER CHARGE.
IN 2005, DETROIT FEDERAL JUDGE DENISE PAGE HOOD IN DETROIT
BLOCKED ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW, AND THE CASE NOW IS BEFORE THE
FEDERAL APPEALS COURT IN CINCINNATI.

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