(Worthy News) – A federal judge in Texas is weighing whether the state can require a woman to bury or cremate her aborted fetus during a trial this week that pro-life and pro-choice activists predict could be the first abortion test for a newly configured Supreme Court next year.
Abortion providers challenged the Texas law, which was enacted last year, arguing that requiring burial or cremation invades a woman’s right to privacy and is an attempt to shame a woman seeking an abortion.
Health care facilities traditionally have disposed of fetal remains in the same way they handle tissues and organs after surgery, but lawmakers in Texas and other states argue that burial or cremation is in the interest of human dignity. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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