The Bill of Life was a set of constitutional amendments passed, signed and agreed upon as a peace treaty between the Pro-life and the Pro-choice parties to end the Second Civil War, also known as the Heartland War.

The Bill of Life includes the Unwind Accord and the Storking Initiative.

The Unwind Accord states that human life may not be touched from the moment of conception until a child reaches the age of thirteen. However, between the ages of thirteen and eighteen, later lowered to seventeen, a parent may choose to retroactively "abort" a child on the condition that the child's life doesn't "technically" end. The process by which a child is both terminated and yet kept alive is called "unwinding," now a common, and accepted practice in society.

The Storking Initiative states that a parent may choose to "stork" an unwanted newborn infant instead of aborting the unborn child. Through storking, they pass on their responsibility as the child's parent to the unsuspecting family if they successfully get away with the storking.

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