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By Jr. Louis J. Palmer, Xueyan Z. Palmer
This now revised and up-to-date encyclopedia comprehensively covers abortion from the founding of the kingdom via 2007. because the ebook of the 1st version, the superb courtroom has issued a couple of vital reviews on abortion, comparable to the approval of a federal ban on partial-birth abortion in Gonzales v. Carhart. in addition to new entries on those occasions and different subject matters, the second one variation can also be superior by means of greater than forty photos and greater than three hundred charts and graphs.The roles of the ultimate courtroom and different judicial and legislative our bodies are lined in nice aspect. Entries specialise in the vote casting place taken by way of each superb courtroom justice who has ever participated in an abortion choice; give you the real abortion legislation of every kingdom; and summarize person statutes to assist nonspecialist readers comprehend the legislation. Many entries specialize in the social, spiritual, or ethical arguments surrounding abortion and determine and describe the major pro-life and pro-choice abortion corporations. There are entries summarizing the most important lawful or illegal actions that experience happened in aid or protest of abortion. scientific concerns relating to abortion are totally coated: sleek contraceptive units, varied equipment of abortion, the gestational improvement of the human fetus, embryonic cloning, assisted reproductive know-how, surrogacy, and embryonic/fetal stem phone learn.
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Extra resources for Encyclopedia of Abortion in the United States, 2nd edition
Carhart, which approved of a federal statute that bans partial-birth abortion. Arizona has provided a civil cause of action for a married man whose spouse obtains a partial-birth abortion. In the case of a minor, the maternal grandparents of the fetus may ﬁle a civil lawsuit. The text of Arizona’ s partial-birth abortion statute is set out below. Source: Arizona Department of Health Services. Arizona Abortion by Age Group 2000–2006 Age Group (yrs) Year <15 15–17 18–19 20–24 25–29 30–34 35–39 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total 57 46 44 60 44 54 69 374 684 540 705 614 703 582 624 4,452 1,247 942 1,246 1,193 1,473 1,256 1,226 8,583 3,041 2,624 3,365 3,465 4,202 3,489 3,527 23,713 1,988 1,689 2,041 2,066 2,598 2,195 2,243 14,820 1,260 1,100 1,380 1,360 1,614 1,329 1,380 9,423 728 601 789 737 969 797 876 5,497 Source: Arizona Department of Health Services.
6) BAN ON FETAL OR EMBRYO EXPERIMENTS Arizona has banned fetal and embryo experiments, except where necessary to diagnose a disease or condition in the mother of the fetus or embryo. The statute banning such experiments was held unconstitutional in Forbes v. Ariz. 3d 1009 (9th Cir. 2000). The text of the statute is set out below. Arizona Code § 36-2302. Experimentation on human fetus or embryo prohibited A. A person shall not knowingly use any human fetus or embryo, living or dead, or any parts, organs or fluids of any such fetus or embryo resulting from an induced abortion in any manner for any medical experimentation or scientiﬁc or medical investigation purposes except as is strictly necessary to diagnose a disease or condition in the mother of the fetus or embryo and only if the abortion was performed because of such disease or condition.
It may also be done to determine whether meconium (fetal feces) has impaired the fetus. This procedure carries a risk of causing umbilical cord compression and exposure of the fetus to bacteria in the birth canal. Anders v. Floyd Forum: United States Supreme Court. Case Citation: Anders v. S. 445 (1979). Date Argued: Did not argue. Date of Decision: March 5, 1979. Opinion of Court: Per Curiam. Concurring opinion: None. Dissenting Opinion: Stewart, J. Counsel for Appellant: Not reported. Counsel for Appellee: Not reported.