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“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
— U.S. Constitution (via policygal)
The state government is still a government. Rights should only ever belong to the people. The people, not the government, should decide for themselves if they want an abortion. The state should never have the power to impose it’s will on the people.
Take away the “Right” to an abortion, give it to the states, and what’s stopping a state from making it mandatory?
For minors, the mentally unfit to raise a child… welfare recipients and others who can’t afford a child…
If the “Choice” becomes the state you’re as likely to see forced abortions as you are women being denied abortions.
…as in the case of China.
Say, China is also against National Healthcare. You have so much in common with a totalitarian state…
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