Home -> Law Blog Directory -> Academic Blogs -> Reproductive Rights Prof Blog
OR PHONE (866) 635-1838 for Bankruptcy Help, (866) 635-6190 for Divorce,
(866) 635-2689 for Personal Injury or (866) 635-9402 for Criminal Defense
Find a Local Lawyer
Bankruptcy (866) 635-1838
Divorce (866) 635-6190
Personal Injury (866) 635-2689
Criminal Defense (866) 635-9402
Close This Box!
: Reproductive Rights Prof Blog
Thousands of Women Sign Petition Opposing Virginia Embryonic Personhood Bill
By Reproductive Rights
CBS-6: Thousands of women sign petition opposing 'personhood' bill:
Full post as published by Reproductive Rights Prof Blog on February 18, 2012 ( boomark
Related Law Blog Posts
Search Blog Directory:
150 Mexican women fight personhood laws before IACHR "Earlier this month, 150 Mexican women from the state of Morelos filed a petition . . . to declare Mexico as responsible for the violation of human?s rights of women . . . [due to personhood amendments] ...
Virginia legislator files personhood bill Washington Post: Del. Bob Marshall filed legislation Monday that states that human life begins at fertilization, and that Virginia?s laws should grant rights, privileges and immunities to what the bill calls ?unborn children...
Personhood Nevada Denied Right to Circulate Petition; Prepares for 2012 Personhood Nevada, through many legal battles, has been denied the right to circulate their prolife petition in the state. The ACLU joined forces with Planned Parenthood, tying the petition up in court and disallowing the many ready and willing Nevada volunteers their right to circulate the petition.
Candidate and Supporters Sue Virginia For Violating First Amendment Right To Circulate and Sign Candidate Petitions "On Tuesday, Herb Lux, an independent candidate for the United States House of Representatives in Virginia?s Seventh Congressional District, and three of his supporters sued Virginia to protect their right to circulate and sign a candidate petition in support of Herb Lux?s candidacy...
"Judge: 'Personhood' abortion petition too general for November ballot." "Judge: 'Personhood' abortion petition too general for November ballot." This article appears today in The Las Vegas Sun. And The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports today that "Petition ruled too vague for '10 ballot...
Personhood bills introduced, gain traction across U.S. LifeSiteNews: "Personhood bills and amendments are gaining notice and approval across the United States, with a one such bill having passed the House in North Dakota and another the Iowa House subcommittee...
Search Blog Directory:
Related Law Articles
Lawsuits and Settlements