Abortion: Incest Or The Mother's Life
To change the views of what abortionist doctors, lawmakers, and people who want to make a difference about abortion. Some lawmakers who have made some decisions cannot move forward. Since medicine has pushed back the date which fetus is working properly outside the womb. Along with ultrasound from 1970s. (Graham K.1) There has not been an exact law that prohibits nationally or globally whether or not women have the right to an abortion. Some states have “trigger laws”, limiting and regulating use of abortion. Many may argue that laws may violate young women’s rights (Johnson). That young women under the age of 18. Can make the decision on their own without a parental consent for abortion. As the fetus is forming the young women have to make life heartening decisions that will affect them the rest of their lives.
A lot of thinking goes into place of a mother’s head while dealing with a baby in their stomach. With abortion being legal until the moment up to birth (Graham and DannenFelser 13). It can really come down to time for the mother to be perpetrated by people for what she is thinking about doing, having an abortion or giving the fetus up for organs or body …show more content…
As abortion is a hot topic in the U.S. many different stories and facts come up on whether or not that abortion should be illegal or not. The situation on abortion changes yearly while states move in different directions (Graham K.1).
The pro-choice abortionists have had many viewpoints and explanations of why abortion should be legal. Since there is not just one way to go on abortion, people can fight back saying that they are anti-abortion, and it should be illegal to kill a human fetus with a heartbeat. Describing why and what other choices and ways there are to take than just abortion. With abortions happening every year, 1.6 million induced abortions were in 1990 (Kaplan A.16). A decade later those numbers have dropped with the advances in technology, medications, awareness, and abortion activists speaking out and making a difference. There has been 1.1 million induced abortions in the U.S. as of 2010 (Kaplan