Another abortion battle in Texas, this time over how to dispose of tissue - BioEdge

Disposing of aborted embryos has become a major political and ethical dispute in Texas. As of December 19, new regulations from the Health Department will force abortion clinics and hospitals to cremate or bury foetal tissue, no matter what the stage ...

Lawsuit 'likely' over new Texas rules requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains - Tyler Morning Telegraph

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - New Texas rules requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains are likely to face a court challenge before taking effect, an abortion-rights attorney said Friday, months after the U.S. Supreme Court knocked down sweeping ...

Rigby: Trojan horse law an assault on Texas women - MyStatesman.com

Every year Texas women must endure a stampede of Trojan horse laws and regulations assaulting their constitutional right to an abortion. More are on the way. A “Trojan horse” in Greek literature was a trap disguised as a gift. In this case, the trap is ...

Texas now requires fetal buried after abortions - KENS5.com

In a matter of weeks, rules covering how fetal remains can be disposed of will get an overhaul in Texas. Aborted fetuses will now have to be either buried or cremated. It's a blow to abortion rights groups who are concerned with women not being able to ...

Local funeral home owner addresses concerns over upcoming fetal remains law - KAGS News

BRYAN, Texas - New state regulations that go into effect have raised some concerns. The provisions will require fetal remains to be buried or cremated. Burials or cremations for abortions or miscarriages that occur in medical facilities would be ...

Funeral directors anxious over Texas fetal remains rules - Amarillo.com

With Texas set to implement rules requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains, it's not just health care providers who are anxious about the recently adopted requirements. Funeral directors in the state are joining the chorus of medical ...

Sunday letters: Burial or cremation - Houston Chronicle

Demonstrations outside the Supreme Court in Washington as a challenge to Texas state regulations regarding abortion clinics was heard, June 27, 2016. In a rule finalized on Nov. 28, Texas has required that abortion service providers pay for the ...

The Satanic Temple Claims Immunity From Rule Requiring Fetal Burials - snopes.com

If Texas tries to impose the rule on a member of the activist organization, they say they plan to sue. Bethania Palma. Dec 02, 2016. Share. 1.8K. 1.8K. The Satanic Temple. On 19 December 2016, a new Texas law will go into effect requiring aborted fetal ...

The Satanic Temple: New Texas Regulations Regarding Fetal Remains Violate Members' Religious Freedom - The Inquisitr

This week, Texas passed controversial new rules regarding the disposal of aborted fetal remains. According to The Satanic Temple, the requirements violate the religious freedom of the group's members. The new Texas rules (not laws, mind you, as they ...

New Texas rule will require burial or cremation after abortion - Tucson News Now

TEXAS (KWES) -. A new rule proposed by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission requires medical facilities to bury or cremate fetal remains after abortions. The rule that was proposed in the summer will go into affect on December 19.

Under new law, Texas healthcare providers responsible for cremation, burial of fetal remains - Becker's Hospital Review

Texas on Monday finalized a rule that requires healthcare facilities that provide abortions to pay for the burial or cremation of fetal remains instead of disposing of them as biological medical waste, according to a report in The New York Times. The ...

Abortion shocker! Media aghast concerning new Texas rules on burial of fetal remains - GetReligion (blog)

Texas' newly adopted amendments requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains every time a woman has an abortion are set to take effect on Dec. 19. Let's run that by again. Read this real slow, because we don't want to lose the shock value of what ...

What's wrong with giving the remains of aborted fetuses the respect they deserve? - ChicagoNow (blog)

Plenty, if you are a pro-choice fanatic like Wendy Davis. She is upset that Texas, beginning Dec. 19, will require a dignified burial of aborted babies' bodies. The New York Times reported on the new regulations, implementing a new law: Wendy Davis.

Satanic Temple Says Texas's New Rules on Fetal Burial Violate Their Religious Freedom - Jezebel

In December, Texas will impose new rules requiring all fetal remains to be buried or cremated, a sneaky way to impede abortion access and make patients feel just a little worse, all at the same time. The Satanic Temple, the nation's best and foremost ...

Texas Will Now Require Funeral Services Whenever a Woman Has an Abortion or a Miscarriage - AlterNet

Conservatives in the state want to make sure women are punished for failing to give birth. By Amanda Marcotte / Salon. December 1, 2016. Print · Comments. Photo Credit: SHUTTERSTOCK.COM. In June anti-choice activists in Texas suffered a serious ...

'Cum Rags for Congress': Satanists Protest Texas Abortion Law with Semen Socks - Broadly

In response to Texas' absurd fetus funeral rule, an activist from the Satanic Temple is encouraging people to send items coated in semen (or semen-like substances) to Governor Greg Abbott. Earlier this week, Texas officials finalized a set of rules ...

Texas will require aborted fetuses to be buried or cremated - Q13 FOX

The Governor says they are “giving voice to the unborn.” Critics say they are a naked attempt to shame and financially burden Texas women seeking abortions. They are controversial new rules in Texas which will require abortion clinics to bury or ...

Partial decriminalization of abortion in Brazil causes uproar among religious - The Catholic Register

Brazil's Federal Supreme Court, the country's highest legal authority, legalized abortion during the first trimester when it dropped charges against five people accused of performing clandestine abortions. Photo courtesy of STF, Wikimedia Commons ...

Legal Battles Over Abortion Continue In States Across U.S. - New Hampshire Public Radio

There's plenty of speculation about how the incoming Trump administration might restrict abortion. The president-elect has said he'd like to see the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade and leave it to each state to decide whether to keep abortion legal.