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May 25, 2007

Futile Care Law Dies

The bill that would modified the Texas Care Law has itself been declared futile: A proposal to extend the time for medically futile patients before a hospital can cut off their life support has died in the Texas House, a... [more]

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May 20, 2007

Emilio has passed away

News reports bring us the sad news that baby Emilio Gonzales passed away Saturday night. May his mother find comfort in this time of grief, satisfied with their bold stand for Emilio's life. Our thoughts and prayers are with his... [more]

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May 18, 2007

Greer is at it again ...

The judge that authorized the painful euthanasia death of Terri Schiavo is taking his act on the road again. Circuit County Judge George Greer is one of the most controversial figures in law and he frequently speaks at various events... [more]

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May 11, 2007

Futile Care Theory

What if hospitals could put a sign over their doors stating, "We reserve the right to refuse life-sustaining care?" People would be outraged. Yet that is precisely what Texas law explicitly grants to hospitals -- namely, to say no to... [more]

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Update on Emilio

From KXAN: A brief filed by the court-appointed guardian ad litem is siding with the hospital. That guardian ad litem was assigned by the court last month to investigate both sides in this debate. On one side is the mother... [more]

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May 7, 2007

Since When Does Pro-Life Mean Killing the Disabled?

By Bobby Schindler I sat in confusion last Thursday evening while watching the GOP Presidential debate. All but one of the candidates proudly expressed their pro-life positions, and then just a short time later, in response to a question on... [more]

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