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) they just use the abortion issue to vilify women. They never look at the bigger picture
originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: reldra
Should it be sold by the pound or piece?
there should be no funeral ritual imposed after an abortion, that is just wrong. Further, that tissue could be used for research when possible.
Repairs on Franklin's old London house turned up 1200 pieces of bone from at least 15 people
Many health care-related facilities are already in compliance with the rules as adopted. Facilities will be responsible for disposition of cremated remains in a manner not otherwise prohibited by law. Regarding the comment pertaining to a burial transit permit, the rules do not invoke any new requirements that require a burial transit permit be issued. A fetal death certificate is only required for a fetus that weighs 350 grams or is 20 weeks or more. If fetal death meets this threshold age or weight requiring a death certificate, the fetal death is exempt from the rule pursuant to §1.133(a)(2)(F). If no fetal death certificate is required, due to age or weight, there is no requirement for a funeral director, who assumes custody of a fetus, to file a report; or to provide such documentation in order to cremate fetal tissue, as defined in this subchapter.
(i)fetal tissue, regardless of the period of gestation, except as provided by §1.133 of this title (relating to Scope, Covering Exemptions and Minimum Parametric Standards for Waste Treatment Technologies Previously Approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services):
(I)incineration followed by interment;
(II)steam disinfection followed by interment; or
AUSTIN -- U.S. District Court Judge Sam Sparks on Thursday suspended the state's controversial fetal remains rules until Jan. 6.
The rules, which were scheduled to take effect Monday, require health care facilities to bury or cremate fetal remains, regardless of the period of gestation. The court will hold hearings Jan. 3 and 4.