5.01 Assignment for Government A with Mr. Sauer
Ebers Papyrus was drawn in Egypt. Ebers Papyrus was an ancient medical text. It recorded the use of a type of tampon covered with herbs which was meant to induce an abortion.
Chinese records show the number of the emperor's concubines who had abortions.
Laws were being passed to prevent abortion
Instillation abortion is invented by Eugen Abural
Colorado, California, Oregon, and North Carolina allow abortion when there is unchangeable psychological or physical issues of the mother and/or child, and when there has been a case of rape or incest.
New York makes abortion legal up until the end of the 6th month of pregnancy; along with Alaska, Hawaii, and Washington.
Abortion is recognized as legal by the US Supreme Court.
The NRLC Convention is held. The NRLC is the largest pro-life organization in the US.
The first Human Life Amendment brought to the attention of the Senate.
The first constitutional amendment approved that states the constitution does not secure abortion rights.
President Reagan states that "a program which does provide counseling and referral for abortion services as a method of family planning will not be eligible for Title 10 funds."
The US House gets the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act passed.
A federal law is passed to protect medical programs against forced training and conduction of abortion.
While running for President, Romney proposes extending the 14th Amendment to give rights to an unborn child.
President Obama clearly states that he is pro-abortion on the 39th anniversary of the court case of Roe v. Wade.