22 Dec 2010 Court rules parts of Reproduction Act unconstitutional
Posted at 17:59h in Blog, Family, Gender and Sexuality 0 Comments
ARPA Note: The EFC intervened in this case. Read their concerns and suggestions for follow-up here.
Brian Lilley, Toronto Sun Dec 22 2010 – OTTAWA: The Supreme Court has delivered a split advisory ruling in a case involving the regulation of in vitro fertilization, cloning and the creation of human-animal hybrids. While the ruling is technically only an advisory opinion, it has the effect of striking down several sections of the Assisted Human Reproduction Act. Read more
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