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Congrats Arizona Women: Legally Lesser Than Livestock And A Fetus

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On heels of 'lying doctor' law... The Arizona bill, (HB 2036), passed in the state Senate on Thursday and will now go before the house. Like the proposals before it, Arizona's legislation is modeled on the 'Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act' designed by the National Right to Life Committee. And like the other bills, it states that abortion would be banned 20 weeks into a pregnancy. But reproductive rights advocates point out that Arizona's law would actually be more restrictive than others, as the bill states that the gestational age of the fetus should be 'calculated from the first day of the last menstrual period of the pregnant woman.' Not to go all middle-school health on you, but that's not exactly the same as the actual date the egg and the sperm hooked up. Figuring out that exact point one became pregnant can be tricky. Most women ovulate ab

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Don't forget.  Arizona just passed a bill mak... by Amanda Lang on Thursday, Mar 29, 2012 at 6:08:58 PM
...higher than is warranted by medical necessity, ... by Jill Herendeen on Saturday, Mar 31, 2012 at 7:36:28 AM