Tag Archives: fetal personhood

Quick Hit: Mississippi’s “Personhood” amendment likely to pass

TweetOn November 8, voters in Mississippi will vote on a constitutional amendment declaring a fertilized egg to be a person. As election day approaches, the New York Times reports on the final push: The amendment in Mississippi would ban virtually all abortions, including those resulting from rape or incest. It would bar some birth control [...]
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Three Controversial Propositions Rejected

TweetIn yesterday’s elections, three rather juicy propositions were considered by three different states, and all three were rejected, some by margins wider than others. Let’s consider: First, Colorado voted against its horrible fetal personhood amendment at the definitive¬† rate of 3-1. Amendment 62, the so-called “personhood” amendment, which would define “personhood” as beginning at “biological [...]
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