THE WASHINGTON POST: The short life of Baby Milo

The short life of Baby Milo
Milo Evan Dorbert, whose mother’s pregnancy tested the interpretation of Florida’s new abortion law, was born with a fatal abnormality. He lived 99 minutes.

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4 thoughts on “THE WASHINGTON POST: The short life of Baby Milo

  1. Thanks for sharing this article, Scottie. I couldn’t get through it without weeping.

    Alas, those who really need to read such real life horror stories are those least likely to do so.

    For what it’s worth, I am a sustaining donor to the ACLU, FFRF, and other orgs fighting the good fight in the courts.

    Thanks & Peace.

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    1. Hello Frank. I understand. I cried when I first read it and just reread it and cried some more. And got angry again also. None of this anguish and financial burden needed to happen. If you ask the republicans who wrote the bills and who use their religion to support this they will claim that the bill doesn’t force this, but because they don’t make clear it is allowed to give the needed care to the woman in these circumstances yet details all the Draconian consequences for the medical providers it does create these situations. It is the situation these religiously driven political leaders want, doctors too afraid to provide proper medical abortions to save the life of the mother or when there is no chance of fetal viability just so there will be no abortions. I don’t know if it is to scare females into not having sex because their lives hang in the balance or the mistaken idea that every fertilized egg is a living human baby. But it is wrong.

      Your comment about those who need to read the article reminded me that a lot of people who might get benefit out of reading it might miss out on doing so because of the need to sign in. I will post it again in entirety. Also thank you for supporting the organizations that help us maintain our rights and save young people who are at risk just because of who they are. Hugs


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