Month: March 2008

Case Update

Spring 2008 Roe v. Planned Parenthood (Ohio)—Civil action for damages and injunctive relief filed against PP for performing abortion on fourteen-year-old girl in violation of Ohio law. Claims on behalf of girl and parents include violation of parental notice and consent statutes, informed consent statute, and law requiring reports in cases of suspected child abuse. …

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Embryonic Stem Cell Research—Mythology 101: The 2007 LLDF Banquet

On November 10, 2007, LLDF held its fourteenth annual banquet. Once again the venue was the beautiful and historic Bellevue Club on the east shore of Lake Merritt in Oakland, California. The evening began with an invocation by Fr. Emmerich Vogt, O.P. Following the invocation, LLDF president John Streett welcomed the guests and introduced the …

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Ask the Attorney: An Interview with Phillip L. Jauregui

Phillip L. Jauregui alternates between his law office in Birmingham and advocacy offices in Washington, D.C., as he balances professional and pro bono work. His volunteer efforts for Life Legal Defense Foundation have concentrated on cases that defend unborn children. Mr. Jauregui is president of the Judicial Action Group and executive director of the Judeo-Christian …

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Family Member Notification to Appear on November Ballot

California pro-lifers, as well as Lifeline readers in other states, are well aware that parental notification initiatives appeared on the California ballot in both 2005 and 2006. Unfortunately, both times the initiative was narrowly defeated, in large part due to unfavorable electoral cross-currents. Pro-lifers, of course, are no strangers to setbacks. Anyone prone to give …

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