[In the news] High Court asked to strike down RH law -RAPPLER.com

High Court asked to strike down RH law
By Purple Romero
January 2,2013

rappler_logoMANILA, Philippines – The son of the lawyer of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines asked the Supreme Court on Wednesday, January 2, to strike down the reproductive health law as unconstitutional.

James Imbong, son of CBCP legal counsel Jo Imbong, filed the petition along with his wife Lovely and in behalf of his children. They said in the petition that Republic Act 10354, (entitled ‘An Act Providing for a National Policy on Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health’), “mocks the nation’s Filipino culture – noble and lofty in its values and holdings on life, motherhood and family life.”

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