Argumentative Essay On Abortion

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Abortion is a subject that rises controversy throughout the United States. Pro-life groups protest the practice in peaceful and others in violent acts. Pro-choice groups feel that it is the woman’s choice to decide if abortion is right for her, and religious groups feel that abortion is murder of the fetus and against God’s will.
The word abortion by definition, the deliberate termination of a human fetus during pregnancy, most often performed during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy. Abortion is an extremely controversial issue because while some people are completely against it, others believe that a woman should have the right to make her own choice. Abortion is the woman’s right to choose if she’s wants a baby or not.
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The United States government has regulated laws which had opposed the woman’s right to an abortion. In the Supreme Court case, Roe v. Wade in 1973, the decision to make abortion legal came in effect. Before Roe, many pregnant women were forced to weigh their option in respect for the law against their positivism that they were not ready to be mothers. Many women chose to break the law, putting their lives and health at risk, and decided to get unsafe illegal abortions or what was known as “back alley abortions”. Over 70 thousand maternal deaths occur every year because of unsafe abortions. These women died, so the idea of supporting pro-life is contradictory, this nation should be pro-choice not pro-life, a woman’s reproductive system should not be regulated by the government. In the State of Texas as of October 11, 2011 the law requires women seeking abortions to have 2 ultrasounds, and at least one 24 hours prior to the procedure. This law is an attempt to change the decision of the patient. What about the woman who were forced to sexual activity and had become pregnant by no fault of their own. Woman are sometimes raped, molested, or drugged in order to engage sexual activity. Should these woman have a child and go through the trauma of child birth with a man they do not love. Should society pay for the upbringing of an unwanted child, who may get lost in the foster care
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