Stating that "the appeals court vacated a lower court's ruling that EWTN had to comply with the Obama administration-era mandate to cover contraceptives and abortifacients
for employees or pay huge fines," these articles misuse the word "abortifacients
" in the same way as Justice Brett Kavanaugh did during his confirmation hearings--a misusage for which he was widely criticized.
The abortion industry likes to argue that these abortions are simple and totally safe, but it rarely shares the stories of hundreds of women who have been hospitalized or the nearly two dozen who have died after taking these dangerous abortifacients
The SC added that after compliance with due process and upon promulgation of the decision of the FDA, the TRO would be deemed lifted if the questioned drugs and devices are found to be abortifacients
Opinion ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 It is true that the Supreme Court has already declared the RPRH Law as "not unconstitutional." But in the ruling the SC likewise issued a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) prohibiting the distribution of artificial contraceptives until the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a certification that these contraceptives are not abortifacients
, or they do not "primarily or secondarily induce abortion.
The high court earlier said it would lift a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the enforcement of the RH law only after the FDA review of contraceptives suspected to be abortifacients
(18) Sixteenth-century Spanish historian Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo describes indigenous women using abortifacients
in his Historia generaly natural de las indias in 1535, suggesting that from the point of colonial contact, pregnancy and reproduction were politically charged issues for Europeans: "They are so friendly with lust that if they become pregnant they take a certain herb, that later stirs up and casts out the pregnancy" (Oviedo 7).
Baker vowed to use $300,000 in taxpayer dollars for abortifacients
to end these children's lives.
Gates announced that her newest project will be to provide artificial sterilants and abortifacients
to poor women in the Third World at the cost of $4 billion.
Unchastened, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius one week later renewed her declared "war" (4) against the Catholic church in America and against faithful Catholics (as well as against other religious organizations and believers who share the Catholic opposition to contraceptives and/or abortifacients
Unlike other studies in IvIexico, (8), (10), (14) in which the drugs most frequently recommended as abortifacients
were actually hormonal injections, a low proportion of the vendors in our study mentioned such injections.
However, Spuc's experience is that the vast majority of AMs are in favour of abortifacients
and of abortion services in Wales, not only funded within the NHS but using NHS funds to pay the multi-million-pound private abortion industry.
Young unmarried women either use the banned abortifacients
or visit local abortion experts, mostly elderly women who charged exorbitant amount of money to remove the foetus.