Should Abortion Be Legalized?

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“My hopeful awakening to Earth ended with a swift, painful death” Ever since the year of abortion legalization, many young innocent lives have been awaiting for the world ahead of them; Young premature babies thinking that they may still have a life ahead of them. In fact, many babies today, are now being unborn. Many humans today are now arguing that while it is a potential human being it is not yet a tangible one. This mentally is clearly dignifying carelessness, ignorance of a child’s life, and also a lack of responsibility. In fact, many women who are with this law are not aware of the unlimited amount of health risks it can cause to the carrier herself. Abortion, legalized in the United States of America, is an unjustified way of ending a young child’s chance to take a breath.
The slaughter of innocence has begun ever since the year of 1973. The Constitution permits abortion legalization. It’s not in the Bill of Rights or the Constitution, but the right to privacy and reproductive rights is an “enumerated right.” The Supreme Court legalized abortion in the first trimester. Since then over 35 million pregnant women have had legalized abortions. One will agree that they are living life in full potential and will say that they are loving life, but some will not realize that there are also others who have not experienced a life and others that have died before taking their first baby step. Twenty-five percent of pregnancies are constantly aborted and forty-one

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