ST. LOUIS (AP) - The state of Missouri must provide transportation to abortion clinics for inmates who want to undergo the procedure, a federal appeals panel ruled Tuesday.
In 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the state had to allow a specific inmate, listed as Jane Roe, to have an abortion after the state tried to end the practice of driving prisoners to clinics for elective abortions.
The American Civil Liberties Union then sought a federal ruling making the high court's decision a class-action on behalf of all imprisoned pregnant women in the state....
This is too bad, for all the Americans who want to adopt children, these babies could have been given good homes. Just because the mothers, who are no doubt being justly punished, doesn't mean the children should be executed.
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