It appears that China is cracking down and enforcing population control as a number of mothers-to-be have been told by a regional Chinese government that their pregnancies “deliberately broke the law,” despite the repressive nation’s boasts earlier this year that it had dropped its one-child policy. It’s because these women are part of blended families or have remarried or have husbands who previously were married.

Reggie Littlejohn, the president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, recently filed a complaint against China with the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women over the issue. She explained in the complaint that nothing has changed since China move from a one-child to a two-child policy, because Chinese leaders still are imposing mandatory abortions and crippling fines. CONTINUE