- Jun 2014
- Cleveland, Ohio
O, don't be silly. This is a nonstarter.I'm not sure I agree with your analysis on this one, Rasselas. By defining a "fetus" as a person, this moves the question beyond the "privacy" issues covered in Roe v Wade. After all, it is now a question of whether a fetus fits the legal requirements for personhood. If it does, one does not have a "right to privacy" when contracting a doctor to assist in murder.
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