Uruguayans online to reform abortion law
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|Wed, 06-13-2007 - 2:14pm|
So, a bunch of Uruguayans, some public servants, some private citizens, some celebrities, have banded together online to try to accelerate the movement for abortion reform in that nation.
Is this the new face of legislative reform? Can hanging around online change the law? Is it more meaningful for an employee of the gov't to make a public statement of a privately held belief, or for the celebrity singer to sign on?
(is anyone else around here interested in global abortion politics, or only US?)