The reason: The state had passed a ban
on "partial-birth" abortions that was so broadly written and so punitive--mandatory life imprisonment for doctors--that virtually every abortion doctor in the state chose not to risk violating it.
Recognizing the eliminating a disease requiresprevention, not treatment, health professionals have been in the forefront of those calling for a national ban
The solution to verifying test bans
, as well as to curbing the nuclear arms race -- if there is one--is fundamentally political, say many scientists.
If we want to be sure to maintain our gay population, additional AIDS research would accomplish more than bans
on embryo screening.
Pembrokeshire gave bans
to 206 pupils and Cardiff to 111.
If the bans
are to impose a code of morality studies show that it does not really work.
The most recent smoking regulation trend is the rise in 100-percent smoke-free bans
in public and private spaces such as bars and restaurants.
Michael McFadden, a spokesman for the Citizens Freedom Alliance, said "Bans
on smoking in prisons are not really separate from such things as bans
on beaches, bans
in bars, or bans
in private apartments: They are all facets of a larger and very well-funded movement to ban
smoking from all aspects of life.
In all there are 35 people on bans
of around 12 months.
We illustrate these points in an investigation of how California's restaurant smoking bans
have affected restaurant sales.
1 restaurant market, with 20,000 eateries--will phase in a ban
on trans fats in restaurant foods.
Pub workers in Scotland breathed easier and showed better respiratory health shortly after a nationwide ban
on smoking inside public places went into effect earlier this year, scientists report.