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MODR 1730
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The ability of a woman to have control of her body is critical to civil rights Take away her reproductive choice and you step onto a slippery slope If the government can force a woman to continue a pregnancy what about forcing a woman to use contraception or undergo sterilizationTeenagers who become mothers have grim prospects for the future They are much more likely to leave of school receive inadequate prenatal care rely on public assistance to raise a child develop health problems or end up divorcedAbortion is considered murder and murder is morally wrong Thus abortion is immoralQuestionablemorals can be defined based on religion cultural views generation viewsRelevantmorals can play an aspect on ones decision to abort or not Abortion is killing a human beingUnacceptablea fetus is not a proven to be a living species until after the abortion process has been completed thus you are not killing a human being Not Relevantnot true not scientifically proven Abortion is used as contraceptionUnacceptableby definition Contraception is the prevention before a pregnancy Where as abortion occurs after pregnancy Irrelevantnot factual Taxpayer money should not go to support abortions Questionableneglects the fact that the tax payer dollars will go to support the child anyways Irrelevantno matter what the funds will occur regardless you pay yourself or the taxpayers paysHealth problemsodoes having an abortion cause depression the society causes depression the hormonalwoman who have children suffer first part of depressionCAUSAL GENERALIZATIONSelf right
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