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Pro-Reproductive Health Bill
Overview:
This RH Bill covers a very broad issue not only in the society, morality but also with our religious beliefs. Being a pro doesn’t means anti-life. All of us want life. It’s just that we need to be practical with our decisions because it may affect the rest of our lives. Having RH Bill is having a choice. Choice on protecting the health of every women undergoing pregnancy and choice on having a good family plan of each Filipino family that will give them a better life. It doesn’t mean that I don’t believe in God. I also believe in the reaction of the church. But we, Filipinos, need to open our mind on what’s happening in the present. First, I’ve chosen this topic because I am one of the many people who are Pro-RH Bill. All Filipinos should be open on what’s happening in Philippines. There are approximately 100 Million people in the Philippines and the economy is being down because of it. What if it gets 200 million? The economy and the people’s suffering will be getting worse if we will not do any actions about the rapidly growing population. I also agree with this bill because it can reduce the 80% risk of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

Objectives:
I. Does RH Bill legalize abortion?
II. How does RH Bill prevents overpopulation?
III. Why is the RH Bill needed?

Reproductive Health Bill - informally known as the RH Bill, are proposed laws in the Republic of the Philippines aiming to guarantee universal access to methods concontraception, abortion, fertility control, sexual education, and maternal care. Stated purpose

One of the main concerns of the bill, according to the Explanatory Note, is that the population of the Philippines makes it “the 12th most populous nation in the world today”, that the Filipino women’s fertility rate is “at the upper bracket of 206 countries.” It states that studies and surveys “show that the Filipinos are responsive to having smaller-sized families through free choice of...