Presented by Randall K. O'Bannon, Ph.D., Jennifer Popik, J.D., and Ingrid Duran: One of the things that make the humanity of the unborn child apparent is his or her ability to feel pain. Though there are still some who try to argue that these children don’t feel pain until late in pregnancy or even after birth, new research tells us that evidence of pain is there at least as soon as the early second trimester. These new findings will be presented, along with details on the progress of Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection legislation in the states, Congress, and the courts.
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