The New Jersey Supreme Court is being asked to take a second look at its ruling that a doctor has no duty to tell a woman considering an abortion that the embryo is a living being.

“We think this is so clearly wrong and the rights of the woman so important that we feel this is one of those rare cases that is appropriate for reconsideration,” says Harold Cassidy, the lawyer for Rosa Acuna, who had her suit for emotional distress dismissed by the court on Sept. 12.

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