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    means “a very young child, especially one newly or recently born.” (Google) So when people say abortion is wrong because you're killing a baby, it would be incorrect. What you would be killing is called a fetus. The thing you would be killing wouldn't have a recollection (memories) of life, let alone miss it. Abortion is performed in the first 24 weeks of life, out of 40 weeks. I'm not saying abortion is right in every case, but what if you were pregnant with a baby of your rapist. You wouldn't

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    The issue with laws against abortion is that they are based on the individual's morality and religion, but laws are not meant to appease one’s conscious, they are meant to uphold the rights of man. Every woman and man under the United States Constitution is granted civil liberties and when President Trump delivered his Executive order, it breached people’s civil liberties by denying them access to healthcare. Whether abortion is morally correct, is up for debate, but a government should not be able

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    woman’s right to have an abortion is taking away basic human rights. Abortion is a method that should not be confined by government or religious jurisdiction as it provides a safe means of closure for pregnant women. Taking away one’s right to an abortion creates various unsafe situations, such as pregnant women resorting to illegal or dangerous abortions that may be life threatening (NARAL Pro-Choice America). With the ever growing decrease in the number of abortion clinics in the United States

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    Argument Against Abortion

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    average of 652 hundred thousand abortions are done with legal medical methods in the United States every year, but that's not including the abortions that are not reported and are not done by legal medical methods within the United States. For most people, most would agree that this statistic is an outstanding number, especially to the regards of abortion. And it is statistics like these that would fuel and stir conversations on the subject on whether or not abortions within the United States should

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    to be one of those. Abortion is a very touchy subject to some people. Some people are pro-choice, others are pro-life. Some are caught in the middle. Some people think depending on the situation, it should be okay. People base their opinions on their religion, race, culture, political views, and how they were raised. I was raised pro-life depending on the situation. Pro-choice means it is the mother’s choice to get an abortion. Pro-life means they are completely against abortion. Is it a living person

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    Within the news article 72-Hour Wait for Abortion Is Enacted in Missouri, the new abortion bill that has been set into motion is discussed. John Eligon of The New York Times mentions the government’s decision to extend the amount of time that a mother can have an abortion from the time she goes to counseling. Before this new bill went into place, in the state of Michigan, women could decide to undergo an abortion operation 24 hours after she first received counseling from the state. Since the

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    "I've noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born," vocalized by former President Ronald Reagan. When the word abortion is articulated, an automatic opinion forms in a person's mind; he or she is either for this controversial issue or against it. However, there are those who believe that abortion should be used in only special circumstances. To begin, supporters of abortion are pro-choice. Supporters argue that it's a woman's right to have control over her own body and reproductive

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    This ongoing debate of abortion has become the phenomenon of all debates today. Since Roe v. Wade 1973, this topic continued to spur divisive conversations, attacks on the abortion clinic, and unfair judgment of women. However, these arguments have progressed into the state laws that use the government health department to expand law enforcement and regulation activities around abortion (Roberts, Fuentes, Berglas, Dennis, 2017). Recently, in the past few years, some states have passed laws, namely

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    there are many people who talk against the legal status of abortions. There are many people who support lawfulness of abortions and there are many people who oppose them. After decades of women’s struggle for the legal status for abortions till 1970’s, people who are opposing abortions are still bringing this debate into public with their version of arguments. There may be personal or religious or emotional reasons to oppose the abortions. The meaning of abortion itself is stopping the unwanted

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    to have an abortion” (“Reproductive Rights”). No person should be given the grievance of being heavily forced to carry and bring an unwanted child into the world. However, in many countries, such as Uganda and Iran, it is illegal to have an abortion. The right to have an abortion should be a guaranteed basic right for women because it is their body and they should be allowed to make

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