Texas arrests people for getting drunk—in bars.
Texas arrests people for getting drunk—in bars.
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March 24 2006 9:12 AM

Drinking While Intoxicated

Texas arrests people for getting drunk—in bars.

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The FDA announced "two additional deaths following medical abortion with mifepristone," known as Mifeprex or RU-486. The agency cited four previous deaths of women who had taken the pills; another death had been reported in Canada. Bacteria are suspected. Anti-abortion spin: "The FDA has pulled other drugs that have caused fewer deaths and less severe complications than RU-486. Why the double-standard?" Planned Parenthood spin: 1) This makes only seven reported deaths among 560,000 incidents in which women took the pills. 2) "None of those deaths have been directly attributed to mifepristone." 3) Just to be safe, we're changing the way we administer the pills. (For Human Nature's takes on the pills as a step toward earlier abortions, click here.)

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