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Abortion What would you do if a thirteen-year old came to you and told you that she was pregnant and that she wanted to have an abortion Do you think it should be legal for her to be able to kill the baby so that she can go on living her life Abortions within the United States should not be legal for any reason because it is murder Early in 1966 Mississippi passed a law that legalized abortion for those women who had been raped Within four years other states started to expand and say if the pregnancy is life threatening to the mother or the fetus had abnormalities or the pregnancy was from incest then it was legal to terminate the pregnancy On January 22 1973 the Supreme Court of the United States legalized abortion up to the 24th week or in other words the ninth month of a pregnancy the stage where the fetus becomes viable Abortion is wrong and is murder for it is the killing of a helpless baby There are over four thousand abortions performed every day just within the United States With adding together all the abortions that have to do with rap incest and the mothers physical health only adds up to seven percent of abortions I believe life starts at conception and abortion is a selfish way to fix a wrong choice that was made Even if a woman has been raped there still are choices other than abortion perhaps the baby could be given up for adoption Why should a defenseless baby be killed because someone else made a wrong choice There are many woman out there that cant have babies and would love to have the chance to have a family Girls that want to give their child up for adoption can usually choose the family that the child is given to This way they can know that their child is going to be living
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