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2000-D083 Express Concern for and Support Ministry to Those Suffering from Post Abortion Stress   Concurred as Amended The 73rd General Convention expresses concern for and supports ministry to those suffering from post abortion stress.
2000-D090 Commend End of Life Task Force and Request a Study of Beginning of Life Issues   Concurred as Substituted The 73rd General Convention commends the End of Life Task Force and requests a study of beginning of life issues.
1997-D065 Express Grave Concern Over Misuse of Partial Birth Abortion   Concurred as Substituted The 72nd General Convention expresses concern over misuse of partial birth abortion and encourages dioceses and congregations to support all pregnant women.
1994-A054 Reaffirm General Convention Statement on Childbirth and Abortion   Concurred As Substituted and Amended The 71st General Convention reaffirms Resolution 1986-C047 of the 69th General Convention on childbirth and abortion stressing the sacredness of human life. It expresses opposition to governmental restrictions on information or access to abortion.
1994-D091 Deplore Practice of Forced Abortions and Sterilization in China   Concurred As Amended The 71st General Convention expresses its condemnation of the practice of forced abortions and sterilization in the People's Republic of China and urges the U.S. government to consider all requests for political asylum by pregnant Chinese citizens and their families.
1991-A096 Continue Discussion on the Use of Fetal Tissue for Research Use   Concurred As Amended The 70th General Convention rejects the use of fetal tissues for therapeutic or medical research usage.
1991-C021 On the Topic of Termination of Pregnancy   Rejected The 70th General Convention rejects the resolution opposing governmental action which limits a woman's decision to terminate pregnancy.
1991-C037 Oppose Certain Legislation Requiring Parental Consent for Termination of Pregnancy   Concurred As Substituted The 70th General Convention states its opposition to legislative efforts to require parental notification or consent when minor women seek a safe means of abortion.
1988-C047 Adopt a Statement on Childbirth and Abortion   Concurred As Amended The 69th General Convention adopts a statement on childbirth and abortion stressing the sacredness of human life.
1988-D124 Condemn Acts of Violence Against Abortion Facilities and Their Clients   Concurred As Submitted The 69th General Convention condemns actions of violence against abortion clinics.
1985-A085 Request Dioceses to Study the Implications of Abortion   Concurred As Amended The 68th General Convention requests dioceses to initiate studies on abortion.
1982-A065 Condemn Use of Abortion for Gender Selection and Non-serious Abnormalities   Concurred As Amended The 67th General Convention condemns abortion for the purpose of sex selection and for nonserious abnormalities in the fetus.
1982-B009 Reaffirm the Church's Guidelines on the Termination of Pregnancy   Concurred As Substituted and Amended The 67th General Convention reaffirms the principles and guidelines concerning an individual's right to reach an informed decision in the matter of abortion.
1982-D068 On the Topic of Views on Abortion   Rejected The 67th General Convention rejects the resolution supporting those discriminated against for views on abortion.
1979-B078 Develop a Plan for Counseling and Education on Abortion   Concurred As Amended The 66th General Convention requests the Executive Council to develop and implement plans for counseling and education on abortion.
1976-D095 Reaffirm the 1967 General Convention Statement on Abortion   Concurred As Amended The 65th General Convention adopts a statement of principles and guidelines concerning family planning and abortion.
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