In her ruling, she wrote:
"The South Dakota statute requires abortion doctors to enunciate the state's viewpoint on an unsettled medical, philosophical, theological and scientific issue, that is, whether a fetus is a human being."
Judge Schreier, can you please explain how whether an organism is a human being or not is a philosophical or theological issue? Isn't the issue of what something is biologically an issue for biology?
Secondly, are you aware that every major textbook in embryology clearly states that a human fetus is in fact a human being and has been so from the moment of conception?
Does that sound "unsettled?"
Karen Schreier has a history of ruling against South Dakota's laws dealing with abortion including striking down two laws that had been in place for approximately 30 years.
HT: Bush v. Choice