The legislation that George Bush said he will sign bans an abortion when the head or significant parts of the body are outside the mother's body. This is a rare procedure employed in a tiny number of abortions. The new law contains an exception for protecting the woman's life but says nothing about protecting her health. In fact, it contains various congressional "findings" that the procedure is never needed to protect the mother's health. Pro-choice groups argue that the wording of the bill is loose enough to open the door to banning other types of abortion. "The way this law is written, it covers all second-trimester abortions that I do," Dr. LeRoy Carhart, the lead complainant in litigation to be brought by the Center for Reproductive Rights, told Reuters. "We've done all this before in the courts." Since 1995, a total of 31 state legislatures have passed laws banning partial birth abortions, but all 21 legal challenges to the laws have succeeded.
shkeputur nga village voice
djemt Bush kan marr persiper te luajn doktorrin dhe zotin. kur u bo me ngel ne duar te tyre me mire thuaj tokes hapu e futem vet.
bush's idea of checks and balances is "the left hand sees everything the right one does" and raises the wrong hand to demonstrate the depth of his stupidity -granted he is not as hollow as he seems