Nikki Haley acknowledges Alabama court ruling: 'Fetuses, to me, are babies'

Some advocates have warned that IVF could harm treatment.

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley said in an interview Wednesday that she agrees with the Alabama Supreme Court's ruling that frozen embryos are considered people in the state.

“Fetuses, I have babies,” Haley told NBC News on Wednesday.

“When you talk about a fetus, you're talking about it, it's a life. So I see where it's coming from when they talk about it,” said the former UN chief. said the ambassador.

Still, when asked about some of the potential ramifications of the court's decision, Haley said, “It's one that we have to be incredibly respectful and sensitive to.”

Although he campaigned as an anti-abortion presidential candidate, he sought to distinguish himself from the Republican Party.

Haley, who said she used artificial insemination to have her son, noted that women should talk to their doctors about their goals and what's best for their family.

“When my doctor came in, I knew we knew what was possible and what wasn't,” Haley told NBC. “We took precautions for how it was going to happen and how it wasn't going to happen, so we knew before we went in exactly what we were going to see.”

“Every woman should know what she's looking for, along with her partner. And then when you see it, you make the best decision for your family.”

A majority of justices in Alabama found on Friday that “unborn children are 'children' … without exception based on developmental stage, physical location or other ancillary characteristics.”

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Alabama Chief Justice Tom Parker cited the Bible for a concurring opinion, citing the sanctity of unborn life.

Some outside advocates have warned that reclassifying embryos as human beings rather than property would create new problems with procedures such as in vitro fertilization.

On Wednesday, the University of Alabama at Birmingham suspended IVF procedures following an Alabama Supreme Court ruling due to fears of lawsuits and lawsuits.

Roe v. upheld the constitutional right to abortion. Alabama is one of 13 states to implement a total ban on abortion following the US Supreme Court's 2022 ruling to overturn the hunt.

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule in another case related to access to the abortion pill in the coming months.

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