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    teens. Abortion has been legal since 1973, it is known as a fundamental right. It is the termination of pregnancy. , which 47% of the American population think it is wrong, meaning they are pro life, while 54% are pro abortion. Abortions are simply a choice. Pregnancy shouldn’t have to be mandatory. People who are pro life tend to think, the abortion hurts the fetus , when it does not they are unable to feel pain. Abortions are medically safe and do not cause any harm or illness. The risk of…

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    On average over a million abortions have been performed all over the country to mothers seeking the termination of pregnancy. Women chose abortion as an option for various reasons ranging from being the victim of a rape to not being able to care for a baby. Many pro-life activist argue that abortions are legally killing an innocent child. If abortions were illegal, then many women would suffer or even the innocent children would suffer later on in life. Most women look into the future to…

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    President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Monday prohibiting nongovernmental agencies abroad which receive U.S. funding from promoting abortion or discussing it as an option in family planning. The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is already prohibited from providing U.S. funds to provide abortions in any country. However, this policy would freeze U.S. funding from the organizations that advocate for abortion rights or promote it as a family planning option, even if…

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    Since 2010, the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA), has been treating abortions differently than any other health service. For them to determine whether the ACA’s abortion restrictions are uniquely American or have counterparts in other national health systems, and this study employs a cross sectional design comparing abortion restrictions in the ACA with those in 17 western European countries. Abortion became legal across the United States in 1973 when the U.S. Supreme Court handed down Roe v.…

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    really care about the whole pro-life/pro-choice debate. I grew up in a Catholic family, went to Catholic grade school, and even attended The March for Life with my eighth grade class.Growing up I was always told that things like birth control and abortion were completely against the church. Of course I believed this. As I transitioned into a public high school and began to learn more I realized that even though I was raised a certain way, I was pro-choice. I agree that women should have the…

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    Akin to or almost like putting on spectacles, our worldview shapes the way we apperceive and process creation, our cosmos and very existence. Within a worldview paradigm, varying thought patterns color our life experience and put us into a more compartmentalized reality that not only makes sense to us, but those around us (Colorado Christian University, 2014). Sire (2015) said it well when he explained that “worldviews provide the stories through which human beings view reality” (p. 57). Inside…

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    landmark decision: abortion would be legal in all fifty U.S. states. The ruling protects a woman’s right to life seeing as how she would not be forced to have a child she either did not want or could not support. The ruling also stated it is a woman’s choice to decide if and when she wants to have children. The death penalty is another topic often discussed in regards to the right of life. According to the Death Penalty Information Center, all but six states can sentence criminals to the death…

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    supreme court. This court case was originally centered towards giving Roe and other texas women the right to have an abortion. However, once the case was sent to the supreme court, the verdict of the case was able to repeal the law which denied Roe the choice of abortion if the state lost. During the trial, multiple parties attempted to prove the necessity to repeal the state law which banned abortions. However, both parties had different reasonings for doing so. The original reasoning behind…

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    The decision in Roe gave women control over the pregnancy during the first trimester and defined different levels of state interest for the second and third trimesters. The State eventually gets control, because during the second trimester, or stage of viability, the State has a compelling interest to protect human life. Although if an abortion is necessary to save the life of the mother, the State will allow the abortion. During the third trimester, the State can regulate an abortion with no…

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    The Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 is the first comprehensive federal law to address trafficking in persons worldwide. The TVPA offers prevention by raising awareness of sex trafficking, protection by helping victims obtain medical care, shelter and witness protection and prosecution to all those involved in sex trafficking trade as well as passing laws to end it. The TVPA was put into effect in early 2000 by President Bill Clinton in order to provide justice to and end the…

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