Abortion Funding

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STANCES ON ABORTION?
Everyone’s entitled to their own choice. Whether your pro-choice or not, it’s still your decision. It’s your body and you’re allowed to make the decisions for it. The issue of abortion is very arguable in today's society. Although many people think it should not be legalized, there are just as many who think it should. Whether you think women should have the right to abortion or not, you can find support for either side. The funding for abortions is done through the tax payers and small abortion funding groups that assist you when you are having trouble paying . its been a large debate on whether the funding for abortions should stop , but a woman should have the right to choose what she wants to do with her life and her unborn child’s life. Her choice lives on her shoulders, not anyone else’s.

Many people take the side of pro-life which means
they don't think women should have the right to abort an unborn child. These are the people who wish the funding would stop. They believe that the reasons women shouldn't be able to abort is that the mother is ending an unborn child's life and if the mother is old enough to get pregnant they are old enough to have the child. Some pro-life activists think that even if you have to put the baby up for adoption later you should still have it. Although some of the reasoning that pro-life activist use, might seem a little ridiculous at times many of the activist aren't able to have children or are just trying to defend a baby that can't defend itself. The pros of pro-life are that the baby gets a chance to live and experience life outside of the womb and maybe someone who is unable to have children will get the chance to be a mother or father if they adopt this child who would have been aborted. The opposing side takes a different side to the argument.

The side that is for legalizing abortion is known as pro-choice which is the side of the argument that...
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