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    Abortion. This word leaves most people feeling uneasy after just saying it out loud. The discussion of abortion is continuously left open-ended with millions of opinions, arguments, and questions. Abortions occur every single day leaving potential fathers devastated or thrilled, leaving friends and families broken and distraught or in contrast, proud. More importantly, leaving the potential mother uncertain and even destroyed. But with abortion in mind, what is considered wrong and what is considered

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    The Abortion Debate

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    What is abortion?Abortion is the killing of the fetus while in the womb.Most of the time the abortion is during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy as said in the Merriam Webster definition of 2016. When a woman gets an abortion she is intentionally ending her pregnancy.Since abortion ends a developing human life it is a sensitive subject.This is murder.Murder is the taking of any human,this was reworded from the bible.Some people are so opposed too abortion that it should be illegal. Abortion i not

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    The Debate Of Abortion

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    The Debate on Abortion The topic of abortion has always been a controversial deal. The store Hobby Lobby will not allow people who believe in abortion to work with their company. Webster's defines abortion as a medical procedure used to end a pregnancy and cause the death of the fetus. In 1973 through 2011 nearly 53 million legal abortions were performed in the united states. Abortion is a cruel thing to do and should not be legal. Abortion is murder. Life begins at conception, so unborn babies

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    The Abortion Debate

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    Some people in America describe the debate of abortion bitter and uncompromising represented on both sides. Many people who are pro-choice of a woman’s rights to abortion shouldn’t be denied while those who are prolife maintain that a baby has an equivocal right to life. Saving unborn babies are the goal of many pro-lifers. No matter what are consequences there are, people who are waiting to put money out on the line for a chance to save an innocent life of a human being. Not every patient goes

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    The Debate Of Abortion

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    The debate over if abortion should be legal or not has always been a controversial issue. Opponents, identifying themselves as pro-life, claim that abortion is the killing of an innocent. Proponents, identifying themselves as pro-choice, claim that abortion is a fundamental right to all women thus; it should be allowed. One argument against abortion is that it is murder. This argument assumes that life begins at conception, so the unborn have a right to life. Nevertheless, personhood begins after

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    Abortion Debate

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    Your Opinions Ends Where My Choice Begins In the past years, abortion has been one of the biggest topics of discussion. Many people of different backgrounds views abortion or expulsion of a fetus to be murder. Why should anyone who has not faced this decision voice their opinion on a situation that does not affect them? A woman is entitled to make her own decisions regarding to her body. Abortion should be justified because it is her body, she has to live with the outcome, and she might not be

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    The Abortion Debate

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    Abortion is a very heated topic in society. There are many different views and beliefs about abortion and if it should be banned or kept. There are many different factors to abortion. Some people believe life begins at conception or that life begins after the birth of the child. Is abortion murder or is it not? Planned Parenthood provides the abortion procedure for women, but it comes under a lot of fire from pro-life protesters. I do agree with the article from Nathanson. I am pro-life and believe

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    The Abortion Debate

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    Abortion is the most controversial right being debated in the United States today. People from both ends have powerful opinions over the topic. Truth is that most Americans today have at least one friend or family member that has had an abortion in the past or is in the process of having one done. As human beings, we form a variety of opinions based on the situation we are presented with, but for the most part when speaking about abortions people are very close-minded. Most Americans narrow their

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    The Abortion Debate

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    Abortion In the year of 1973 the supreme court ruled in favor of legalizing abortion, many of the America women liked this law because it would them the more freedom to make their own decisions for themselves. In the issue of abortion there are two sides, pro-life and pro- choice, these two sides has been the topic for a lot of arguments in the past and even now. The questions that many people ask are: Is abortion beneficial to the person? Or are there certain situations that will allow women to

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    The Abortion Debate

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    When people hear the word abortion they can’t help but think about the killing of an innocent child, but the real question is how abortions are being paid for. The taxpayers’ money each year? Should the government raise money to fund abortions each year or not. Abortions are typically defined as the termination of a child during the first 28 weeks of the pregnancy. Some say that the government should pay for all healthcare related problems since they are paying taxes every year. Some would disagree

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