Arguments Against Abortion Restrictions In The United States

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Abort Abortion Studies have proven 86% of abortions performed in the United States occur due to convenience. The United States Federal Government recognizes the termination of an unborn child as legal, but gives the state governments the option to put regulations on the law if necessary. In Oklahoma abortion has many restrictions and is illegal. In the article “Should abortion be legal?” by procon.org it states abortions do not only affect the child, but also the mother that carried the child, induced abortion is the killing of another person, and women should accept the responsibilities of caring for a child. The termination of an unborn child should not be legally practiced in the United States. Abortion affects the child that is being terminated, but can also disturb the mother or other family members. The mother 's emotional state could take a toll if she starts feeling remorse or regret after the procedure is performed. Many studies prove women who terminate their child are more likely…show more content…
Supreme court has declared abortion to be a fundamental right guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. The right to live is also a fundamental right to a U.S. citizen, and the right to live is more important than the right to kill. Since 1973, when abortion was legalized, to 2011 about 53 million legal abortions were performed in the United States. At the 2008 abortion rates, estimate of three in ten will have an abortion before the age of 45 in the United States. The government must have certain laws in order to maintain control, murder is against the law, whether an adult is killed or a child. Abortion should be illegal in the United States. Termination is a last resort option; it kills an innocent child and gives people less options to adopt. Abortion is unconstitutional and should not be practiced in the United States There are other options besides abortion, women can have the baby and take care of the child or can have the baby and put the child up for

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