Abortion, “The Deliberate Termination Of A Human Pregnancy,

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Abortion, “the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy, most often performed during the first 28 weeks of a pregnancy”. Abortion may be one of the most personal decision one has to make; however, it is widely talked about. While, there are two sides to this agreement. The first, being that a fetus is a human; therefore, abortion is murder. On the other hand, it is the women’s body, so what she wants to do is her choice. However, no matter what your personal opinion is, nobody should have a say in what a, women does to her body. With that inxfs mind, on November 8, 2016, millions of Americans went to vote for their 45th president. Similarly, to those millions of people I voted for the first time; with attention to, women’s rights.…show more content…
In addition to supreme courtsSupreme cCourt rulings, the Hyde Amendment was passed in 1997. This amendment withholds federal Medicaid funding from abortion nationwide with few exceptions. Generally speaking, Generally speaking, thistThis amendment unfairly restricted insurance for millions of low-income women and their families. In addition to the federal restrictions on abortion, the states also apply their own restrictions. As an attempt to restrict and even possibly ban abortion at the state levellevel, many state politicians across the country have passed laws that restrict women’s access to safe and legal abortions. For example, many states have passed Targeted Restriction on Abortion Providers, also known as TRAP laws aimed to shut down abortion providers. Furthermore, TRAP laws apply unnecessary restrictions for abortion providers such as building requirements, hospital relationships, location requirements and reporting requirements. An example of a building requirement, some states make health centers rebuild to become an ASC, ambulatory surgery center, which is extremely costly and unnecessary seeing that abortions already have a 99% safety record according to the CDC. Likewise, there are even regulations on where abortion clinics may be located, according to TRAP laws in some states, abortion providers have to be located within 30 minutes of a hospital or a certain distance away from schools, which is almost impossible in rural or
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