31 Aug '11, 1pm

Breaking: Idaho woman challenging state "fetal pain" ban #prochoice

Jennie McCormack, the Idaho mother of three who was accused of “unlawful abortion ” for purchasing drugs off the internet to induce a miscarriage of an unwanted pregnancy, was facing jail time and large fines under Idaho abortion laws until her case was dismissed for lack of evidence. But now, it’s McCormack who isn’t letting the issue drop. She has filed suit challenging both the 1972 Idaho law making it illegal to end your own pregnancy, as well as the newly passed 20 week “fetal pain” ban that makes it a crime to abort any fetus after the pregnancy has reached 20 weeks. McCormack, who believed that she was 14 weeks pregnant when she self-aborted, was found later to be closer to 5 or 6 months gestation according to the medical examiner. Under the new law, she would have additional criminal charges filed against her due to the age of the fetus despite not being aware that...

Full article: http://www.care2.com/causes/breaking-idaho-woman-challeng...

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