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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by Sankari
I really had meant that about not going all partisan on this. Stupidity isn't a Republican trait and not EVERY single thread on ATS has to devolve into Dems vs. Repubs or Libs vs Conservatives
By health advocates’ latest count, state legislators have introduced more than 300 bills to limit abortion access this year. Dozens of measures—some flagrantly unconstitutional—have been signed into law, and more are in the works, including a new congressional crusade for a national 20-week ban.
In truth, less than 2% of U.S. abortions occur after the 20-week mark, and many involve women facing extreme health risks or carrying fetuses with catastrophic birth defects. As Planned Parenthood notes in a statement on the Franks act, states with 20-week bans have forced women and families into “heartbreaking and tragic situations—needing to end a pregnancy for serious medical reasons, but unable to do so.”
Originally posted by WilsonWilson
Wanting to limit the number of abortiosn carried out is not a war on women.