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Legal challenges begin against ND abortion laws

May 15, 2013

FARGO (AP) — Abortion rights activists on Wednesday filed the first of what they expect will be several legal challenges to laws recently approved in North Dakota that would make that state the most......

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NotFromtheWings

May-15-13 1:09 PM

I would error on the side of a living, breathing human being. I'm crazy like that.

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centerfield

May-15-13 1:22 PM

Now, there is where your money for Property tax relief is going. Get the checkbook out because the State will be writing checks for a long, long time.

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locomotive

May-15-13 5:54 PM

Dr. Gosnell should be interviewed on how he might have been "treating women as second class citizens."

If a woman paid more money, up to an additional $150, she'd get a higher level of "sedation & paracervical block" (pain meds). Dr. Gosnell's clinic provided local, heavy, twilight, or custom levels.

The sedation and pain meds were administered to help cut down on the "noise" of the women undergoing their abortion procedures. (I'm relating what the grand jury pdf stated.)

First-class all the way...

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ILoveMinotND

May-15-13 11:01 PM

Money well spent. I am proud of North Dakota defending the INNOCENT victims in this whole mess.

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angeR69

May-16-13 1:58 AM

"Get the checkbook out because the State will be writing checks for a long, long time."

Yeah. It's going to be a real budget buster, Duracell. I'm sure you got some numbers floating around in your head - all those facts you pretend to know. Go on, tell us what you think the final bill on this litigation is going to be.

And the New York based Center for Reproductive rights bears no responsibility in your mind for imposing the cost of this litigation on the state?

Of course not, because the greater good is the unrestricted right of women everywhere to ensure the fetal demise of their babies.

But if it's any consolation, think of all the future taxpayers that would survive to pay that bill should the state emerge triumphant.

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Peeweepeterson

May-16-13 8:26 AM

Welcome to "North Dakota" where we fight for the rights of every fetus or child. Unless you're gay, then we don't give a crap about your rights and no you can't marry

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keyzgirl62

May-16-13 8:39 AM

It's err.... not error, however in your case, I would use the word error, DustOff3. Are you going to support these children when their parents abandon them to the state? I think this all needs to start with sex education teaching safe sex and abstinence with counseling for those teens that feel pressured to have sex. As far as birth defects detected in infants, the body often rejects the fetus naturally and if it doesn't, there may be a good reason for the viable pregnancy. It still should remain in the hands of the mother, however. Free will was granted to us by God. We live with our own sins and take the judgement God gives.

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locomotive

May-16-13 2:39 PM

Thanks for your great posts, angeR and DustOff.

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