WCR This Week
December 24, 2012
CNS PHOTO | ROMEO RANOCO, REUTERS
Mothers with their newborns wait for checkups at Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital in Manila, Philippines.
Legislation that would promote artificial contraception as a family planning method in the nation passed in the country's House of Representatives Dec. 13 and the Senate Dec. 17.
The country's Catholic bishops said the bill will lead to "greater crimes against women."
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