The Washington Post has a fair and balanced story on the recent lawsuit filed by a pro-life gestational carrier.
When Melissa Cook said she was confronted with a harrowing decision: Would she abort a baby she was carrying for someone else? She chose not to abort any of the babies.
The 47-year-old Californian had agreed to be a surrogate for a postman in Georgia, and she became pregnant last year with three boys. But then, she said later in a lawsuit, the man expressed concerns about his dwindling finances and about the health of the children. He asked her to undergo “selective reduction” to eliminate one of the embryos.
Read more about this story here: Washington Post Weighs In On Pro-Life Surrogate Who Refused Reduction