New Legislation Would Help Women Who Have Suffered Psychological Distress Following Abortion

  2/21/2017 New legislation introduced in Florida and Iowa would make it easier for women who suffer psychological distress after abortion to hold abortionists accountable. Usually, tort law doesn’t allow for recovery of damages for emotional distress unless it is … Continue reading

Report Shows Evidence of Coerced Abortions, Safety Violations at UK Abortion Clinics

2/3/17 A government inspection has found that the United Kingdom’s largest abortion chain, Marie Stopes International (MSI), was coercing women to abort and violating safety procedures, leading them to suspend nearly half of the abortions they were performing. More than … Continue reading

UK: A Watershed Supreme Court Ruling Has Shaken Up Consent Laws – and May Have Unexpected Spin-Offs

11/22/16 By Philippa Taylor (Via CMF Blogs) Recent headlines in The (UK) Times and Guardian along the lines that “Doctors must warn patients of all the dangers before every treatment” reflect one of the biggest legal changes to the doctor-patient relationship in a … Continue reading

We Can’t Look the Other Way on Sex-Selection Abortions

11/18/16 An activist in Great Britain is accusing the Crown Prosecution Service of failing to pursue charges in a case involving a woman who was allegedly forced to have a sex-selection abortion: “When her family found out the baby was a … Continue reading

No Medical Evidence Finds Abortion Can Save a Mother’s Life

11/4/16 David C. Reardon In the most recent presidential debate, Hillary Clinton claimed late-term abortions are sometimes necessary to save women’s lives. That’s great rhetoric, but it is not supported by even a single medical study. Before examining the “abortion … Continue reading