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Several of the wounds would have been life-threatening on their own, including the one that cut through her uterus and the fetus, according to an autopsy performed by the King County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Her latest proposal with Democratic Rep. Bill Patmon of Cleveland would penalize the sale of aborted fetuses.
Chile's government is closer to passing a bill that would allow Chileans to undergo abortions in cases of rape, in which the mother's life was at risk, and in which the fetus would perish during the pregnancy.
The act says that both parents would need to agree on what to do with the remains of an aborted fetus.
If someone who’s pregnant gets Zika, however, the consequences for the fetus can be devastating.
The traditional preference among Chinese parents for boys rather than girls, which caused many parents to abort female fetuses, pushed the male-to-female ratio up to 120-100 in some provinces during the one-child years.
The groups said the tissue disposal law would require notification of a third party, such as the woman’s sexual partner or her parents, before the abortion to determine how the fetus would be disposed of.
Columbus Police Detective Wayne Fairbairn said the feticide charge in Georgia refers to the killing of a fetus.
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: a human being or animal in the later stages of development before it is born
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