Proposed Missouri Constitutional Amendment to Affirm Personhood of Unborn Passes Committees

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (April 14, 2017) – A proposed Missouri state constitutional amendment that would affirm the personhood off the unborn, and set the stage to nullify Roe. v. Wade in the state, recently passed its second House committee, but has yet to be scheduled for a floor vote.

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Does Congress Have Power to Regulate Late-Term Abortion?

Glenn Reynolds and Jonathan Adler say no.  Here’s Professor Adler: The U.S. of House of Representatives is preparing to consider a bill — the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (PUCPA) — that would prohibit most abortions performed after 20 weeks from conception.  … … [E]ven if one assumes that a prohibition on post-20-week abortions would be constitutional if enacted by a…

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