Is Abortion A Moral And Constitutional Issue?

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For over a century, women have been fighting for equal right. These brave women have fought for changes in government, employment, education, and religion. The subject of abortion is no different than the battle for equality in wages. The topic of abortion as been a heated debate for generations. The right to abortion, as controversial as it may be, is still a fight for a woman’s right to choose. Many people can agree that the proposition of abortion is both a moral and constitutional issue. A person 's right to choose what they want to do with their bodies should not be modified or manipulated by any person morals or laws. A woman should be granted the right to privacy and choice to abort her fetus without it becoming a public catastrophe. By the same token, abortion should not be utilized as a form of birth control. Advocates on both sides of the controversy present very robust arguments that demonstrate valid points. Regardless of one’s stance in the fight, can there possibly be a neutral zone between pro-life and pro-choice?
Abortion is the early termination of a pregnancy or “the premature exit of the products of conception (the fetus, fetal membranes, and placenta) from the uterus” ("Abortion", n.d.). Before abortion as legalized, women were forced to use ineffective and dangerous methods to terminate their pregnancies. They often found themselves frighten, in questionable neighborhoods, lying on top of a kitchen table, relying on a midwife or some other
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