A Catholic health provider has abandoned its beliefs by arguing that a dead fetus and a dead person are not the same thing in order to win a malpractice lawsuit.
The good news for parents to be in Michigan: Republican state lawmakers want to give a tax credit for fetuses beginning at 12 weeks' gestation. The bad news: Last year, the state eliminated tax cuts for children who were already born.
A look at the day's political happenings, including the SCOTUS health care decision countdown and Sen. Rand Paul wading into the personhood debate.
It's been a big week for all things prenatal in the Virginia Legislature. Earlier we saw the resolution of the controversy over a bill that would have required women in the Old Dominion to undergo invasive ultrasound procedures before having abortions, and Thursday, the state Senate made another big decision about reproductive law, at least for the time being.
This week, Los Angeles became the first major city in the United States to call for "a constitutional amendment to clearly establish that human beings -- only human beings -- are entitled to constitutional rights," Move To Amend LA founder Mary Beth Fielder announced.