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On April 17 of 2002 the House approved a bill that would make it a federal crime for anyone other than a parent to take a girl under age 17 across state lines for an abortion but the Senate action appears unlikely By a vote of 260 to 161 the House passed the bill the Child Custody Protection Act Violators could be fined up to 100000 and face up to a year in jail At least 27 states require one or both parents to be notified before a minor may have an abortion The House bill would make it a crime for anyone other than a parent including a close relative like a sister or an aunt to take a girl under 17 across state lines to circumvent those laws This is something that definitely needs to be addressed Abortion is a very large topic running around politics I believe this bill is correct in saying that any girl under 17 needs to have a parent to go get the abortion because you never know when some sexual predator impregnates a girl and then takes her to have an abortion Those girls are scarred for life I also think there should be stricter laws on how long you actually wait to have the abortion if the baby is actually starting to form then I believe that you absolutely should not be able to get one I know there are many different opinions than mine but I also know that people share the same views Im catholic and was on the Right To Life March in January of 2001 If you were there to see it youd see that people shared my views all of Capital Ave was full of people jam packed for miles It was quite an experience to see the speeches and stations setup from the pro-choice and pro-life believers Whatever the verdict on this law it should be thought out so that
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