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Reverend Howard Moody of the Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village organizes the Clergy Consultation Service for Abortion. On May 27, Moody and 21 Protestant ministers and Jewish rabbis announce that they will refer women to doctors that they know perform safe and legitimate abortions. The announcement is reported on the front page of the New York Times. At its peak, the service will include some 1,200 clergy members in more than 20 states, including Protestant ministers, Jewish rabbis, and even some Catholic priests.
The first National Right to Life Committee is formed, essentially as an information clearinghouse. Local organizations in states provide the group's political power. In California, Patricia Maginnis founds the Society for Humane Abortion, calling for repeal of all laws restricting abortion. 1966 March 30. The Association for the Study of Abortion is incorporated in New York. The ASA is primarily an educational organization that will refrain from direct political action in order to keep its tax-exempt status; however, according to Lader (1973), the board of prominent lawyers, doctors and theologians "gave abortion the prestige and authority that was invaluable at the start" (p.
Bolton 111 The Decisions 111 Planned Parenthood of Central Missouri v. Danforth 113 Bellotti v. Baird 114 Maher v. Roe and Beal v. Doe 115 Maher v. Roe 115 Beal v. Doe 116 The Decisions 116 Colauti v. Franklin 116 Page ix Harris v. McRae 117 Williams v. L. v. Matheson 119 City of Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health 119 Planned Parenthood of Kansas City v. Ashcroft 120 Simonopoulos v. State of Virginia 121 Thornburgh v. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 122 Webster v.
Abortion: A Reference Handbook (Contemporary World Issues) by Marie Costa