By Oscar Franklin Tan
The upcoming hearing on the Reproductive Health Act of 2012 has become a doctrinal chop suey. Hopefully, the country focuses on the two real issues: the limits of Supreme Court jurisdiction and an individual’s right to choose.
IT WAS not unexpected. On the first working day of the year, the family of a prominent opponent of the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012 petitioned the Supreme Court to declare the controversial new measure unconstitutional. The petition, unfortunately, is sincere nonsense.