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Poll: Should doctors be imprisoned for telling pregnant women the sex of their fetus?


Posted: Jan 28, 2007

(Opened Jan 20, 2007; closed Jan 27, 2007)

Looks like our readers don’t think so.

I guess the next question is whether we should be supporting or opposing laws that are imprisoning doctors in India today for telling women the sex of their feti? But I’ll ask that later.

The new poll question (which closes 2007-01-27) is “What do you think about the utopian impulse?”


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