Posted by | December 15, 2016 18:05 | Filed under: Good News Politics

At least temporarily.

A judge on Thursday temporarily halted until Jan. 6 a Texas regulation due to take effect next week that requires abortion providers to dispose of aborted fetal tissue either through burial or cremation, a woman’s health group in the suit said.

The judge will hold hearings on Jan. 2 and 3 on the rule due to start on Dec. 19 that will also require hospitals and other medical facilities to bury or cremate miscarried fetuses, according to Whole Woman’s Health, a plaintiff in the suit.

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  • Hirightnow

    But how will we ever be sure that the precious gifts from Jesus ever reach their place in Heaven?

    • Duke Woolworth

      Wonderful snark. Thanks.

  • Mike

    Wouldn’t the work around be donating the fetus to science … or is there something that prohibits that ?

    • whatthe46

      mike, i’m passing this on. i just saw this and please let this be true:
      https://twitter.com/davebernstein/status/809553251225968640

    • Mensa Member

      If you did, the conservatives would make a secret hit video against you.

      • whatthe46

        and it would be a lie. more than likely a makeshift clinic, with the parts of an unborn pig. that”s how low down they are.

  • Mensa Member

    Here is the scientific fact that I can never get pro-lifers to engage me on: abortion is a natural part of human reproduction.

    Early term “unborn babies” are sloughed off as often as they take. Most women have had at least one spontaneous abortion.

    If pro-lifers really believed their “unborn baby” rhetoric, they’d be the loudest proponents of women’s healthcare. But, of course, they are not.