Abortion in the United States Essay | Abortion Should Remain Legal

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Abortion Should Remain Legal

Summary: Examines the issue of abourtion. Debates its legality as it relates to the United States Constitution.
No state shall...deprive any person of life, liberty, or property,

without due process of law" is said in the clause of the fourteenth amendment. Abortion should remain legal. The issue of abortion has been a very important, controversial, and arguable issue. The basic argument has been between the government and the women society about who should have the right to determine whether or not to illegalize abortion? One third to one half of all pregnancies in America end in abortion, this does not mean abortion should be another way to safe-sex or it can replace birth control, but it should always remain a woman's choice because it is a woman`s body, not the men of the congress`s, therefore women should be able to make the option when it comes down to abortion.

A woman named Nicole explains her story of abortion and describes...

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