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The United States Government restricts us from doing many things that would cause problems or disrupt the common peace of our country As time goes on there are many new technological advances that come about from people searching to expand mans common knowledge or make our lives or jobs easier for us Two of these advances in science have been the ability to abort a fetus from the womb and also to clone forms of life Why does the law allow people more freedom to destroy fetuses than to create them Naturally as with most any other debatable topics the US government has decided what rights we have as humans in these two areas Abortion has been a topic of great debate for many years now There are many questions that arise when the idea of aborting a fetus from the womb embryo is brought up Is the fetus alive Is it actually a human after the time of fertilization Does it have rights Should we treat it as we do any other human being These are all questions that if answered can have many different responses Who really is to say that the fetus is not alive Can you remember when you were in your mothers womb Well maybe you werent alive yet since you cant remember it But then again what if you were The government had to make a decision on how to restrict the act of aborting a fetus In the early 1900s abortion was illegal nationwide In 1962 the incidence of babies born deformed as a result of the drug thalidomide taken by their mothers during pregnancy and an outbreak of rubella or three-day measles which also can cause birth defects prompts officials to reexamine laws banning abortion In 1970 Hawaii became the first state to repeal a criminal abortion law In 1973 the Supreme Court decision in Roe vs Wade legalizes abortion under
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