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Overview of Legislation and Litigation Involving Protections Against Down Syndrome Discrimination Abortion

Five states -- Indiana, Ohio, North Dakota, Louisiana, and Kentucky -- have enacted legislation to prohibit the eugenic practice of Down syndrome discrimination abortion.

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CLI President Chuck Donovan: Eliminating Down Syndrome Children Is Not Something to Be Proud Of

In a recent op-ed at The Daily Signal, CLI President Chuck Donovan responded to tragic news about the disappearance of children with Down Syndrome from Iceland due to genetic screening and abortion.

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North Carolina Eugenics Victims Still Seeking Justice due to Compensation Technicality

In March, a bill was introduced to broaden the qualifications of the eugenics compensation program and close the loophole that excluded Blackmon from receiving a portion of the $10 million set aside for victims. The number of people the extension might affect is difficult to estimate; however, by the June 2014 deadline to apply for compensation, there were 786 applications and only 220 were approved.

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Virginia to Compensate Victims of Its Forced Sterilization Program

In February, Virginia became the second state in the union to legislate in favor of compensating victims of the state’s infamous eugenic sterilization program.  The living victims of its state-sponsored forced sterilization are set to be awarded $25,000 following a protracted battle in the legislature.

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Brave New Britain: The U.K. Approves Production of Three-Parent Embryos

The concept of “designer babies” may sound like science fiction, a literal Brave New World, but it is decidedly not fictional –  it is here now and being pushed rapidly into fertility clinics. After only a brief debate today in the House of Commons, British Members of Parliament (MPs) approved a proposal to create genetically-engineered babies who contain the DNA of three parents.

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Eugenics Compensation Bill Offers Hope to Virginia Victims

When Virginian E. Lewis Reynolds was a child, he was hit on the head in a tragic accident that resulted in epileptic-like convulsions that lingered for years.  Mr. Reynolds ultimately did manage to overcome this affliction and he was able to enlist in the Marine Corps where he served in Korea and Vietnam in the course of a 30-year military career.

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Victims of NC Eugenics Program to Receive Compensation At Last

Despite signals earlier this year that the State of North Carolina would once again not include plans compensation for the victims of the state’s infamous eugenics programs in the state’s budget, it seems that those who suffered forcible or coerced sterilization at the hands of the state will see some restitution after all as North Carolina is set to become the first state to provide compensation to victims of a state eugenics program.

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Human Arithmetic: Valuing Lives

A report emerged recently that at least 148 female inmates in the California penal system had been sterilized without authorization.  The outcry justifiably focused on the fact that some women did not give informed consent, that it was against the law without prior authorization, and that in some cases it appeared there had been coercion.  But the underlying travesty is why the medical professionals thought it was okay: it would save the taxpayers money.

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