Costa Rica sides with Catholic radio station over in vitro ads

Costa Rica’s Constitutional Court has issued ruling upholding the right of a Catholic radio station to broadcast spots opposing in vitro fertilization that were censured by the government in June of 2011.

The court ruled that Radio Fides had the right to air the fourteen radio spots that are part of a series entitled, “My Life is Non-Negotiable.”

Radio Fides director, Jason Granados, called the ruling “a triumph for freedom of expression and freedom of religion.”

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