Should There Be More or Less Laws Leading Abortion

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There are many reasons why abortions are performed. The main way of looking at abortion can be summarized in five points: birth control issues, human rights, legal precedence, when life begins, and religious reasons. (Abortions allowed women to pursue their educational goals.)(Hill, 2007) Based on both moral and empirical claims, a wide variety of views supporting either less or more legal restriction on abortions has enlarged in America. While advocacy groups define the issue through its moral and constitutional represented by their citizens, representatives define the issue by party lines, normally with liberals as “pro-choice” and traditionalists as “pro-life.” The media defines the issue ethically, presenting to the land the views of various “pro-life” and “pro-choice” establishments with little experiential evidence from both sides. The numerous positions that can be taken on this issue can be separated by experiential and moral assumptions to more clearly study the particulars of this heated topic. Yet, the issue focuses in on the simple question; should there be less or more laws leading abortion? With that being said, the political past of abortion has been an unsettled one, and the point that the Supreme Court in precise takes on abortion, clearly greatly influences the issue. Any could expect the Supreme Court to take a more generous and “pro-choice” position on the matter because since Roe v. Wade in 1973, court cases have been developing towards a more certain right to select. This can be seen in the cases that shadowed; Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health (1983), Webster v. Reproduction Health Services (1989), and Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992). Since the Supreme Court sets models about such significa... ... middle of paper ... ...It all comes down to the fact that there is no one position to be had regarding abortion. There will always be a group in battle with the position of another group. The goal is to find a middle ground that people of different opinions can all at least minority agree with. Works Cited 1. http://www.ipas.org/~/media/Files/Not%20Yet%20Rain%20Factsheets/NYR%20HR%20Abortion.pdf.ashx 2. http://rhrealitycheck.org/article/2013/10/31/enforcement-of-abortion-laws-violates-human-rights/ 3. http://abolishabortion.com/abortion-and-human-rights 4. https://www.womenonweb.org/en/page/508/abortion-a-matter-of-human-rights-and-social-justice 5. http://www.humanrightsactionplan.org.au/nhrap-blogs/access-to-abortion-a-human-rights-issue-for-australian-women 6. http://www.ifpa.ie/Hot-Topics/Abortion/Abortion-Human-Rights 7. http://www.abortionreason.com/humanrightsorgsoriginal.php

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