I have a question for everyone who thinks that states passing personhood legislation to challenge Roe v. Wade is a great strategy for the pro-life movement. Personhood legislation has failed in every state in which it has been introduced. It failed on the ballot twice by a 70%-30% margin in Colorado, It failed on the ballot by a margin of 58%-42% in Mississippi, (reputed to be "the most pro-life state in the nation). It has failed, or has been detained or derailed, depending on how you want to define it, in the legislatures of LA, SC, VA, ND, OK, and I believe there are other states in which "personhood" has stumbled. If this is such a great idea, why are pro-life states not jumping at the chance to pass it to challenge Roe v. Wade?