By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL- On Tuesday Brazil’s Lower House will once again try to vote on a controversial bill which includes the establishment of beginning of human life at conception, which would make abortion in the country illegal. According to a recent study, however, shows that the majority of Brazilians accept abortion in specific cases.
“The interruption of pregnancy is accepted by a significant portion of the population, depending on the situation,” said members of Agencia Patricia Galvão, which along with Instituto Locomotiva, conducted the study.
The report released on Monday shows . . .