The Colorado Supreme Court, in a state where a Democrat wrote the first state law liberalizing abortion six years before Roe v. Wade, has sided with life in a case concerning embryos.
The embryos were created in a lab through in-vitro fertilization but never implanted.
They hold the potential to be a unique human being but often are considered as no more than property. In this case, they were “marital property” that complicated a divorce case.
According to the Thomas More Society, which filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the case, the ruling from the state’s high court “sends the case …Read More On World Net Daily