Who gets to decide if you become a parent? Our Travis Rieder comments on the Sofía Vergara controversy

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Embryo Battle

May 6, 2015

Sofia Vergara’s battle with her ex-fiancée raises legal and ethical questions about rights and frozen embryos. Our Travis Rieder comments

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In a decision that effectively recognizes chimpanzees as legal persons for the first time, a New York judge today granted a pair of Stony Brook University lab animals the right to have their day in court

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The Supreme Court has given pro-life advocates free rein, even if it distresses patients. But getting people to listen is more complicated

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Experts issue a call to action

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Berman Institute’s Dan O’Connor, in a CNN op-ed, argues that surrogates mustn’t be forced; they have right to end or carry out pregnancies

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Smokers Need Not Apply

February 27, 2013

Should we allow employers to discriminate on the basis of tobacco use?

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Impositions upon the agency of individuals are generally suspect, but they become even more morally perilous when that imposition is being justified as necessary medical care

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