CDZ Can policies be agreed on by prochoice and prolife to reduce and prevent abortion

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  1. Chuz Life
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    I could do ALL of that and there still would be a legal contradiction between Roe v Wade and our fetal HOMICIDE laws. . . Whether you or even any judges want to acknowledge the contradiction or not.
     
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    Birth control is the only way.

    People aint going to stop fucking.
     
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    I believe the best you can do is minimize the carnage. Abstinence has not been proven to work. Education has not been proven to work. Teen pregnancy and Teen motherhood has been proven to be a tremendous burden on the mother, the child and society. And abortion is baby murder.

    99% of the time I am against government intervention, but this is a life-death issue. If wider access to birth control leads to less teen pregnancies and therefore less abortions then IMO that is reasonable use of tax dollars.
     
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    I see no contradiction. Roe protects the mother from the gov't. Fetal laws protect her from the actions of others.
     
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    What, you mean education without access to birth control? Of course that's not going to work. It's called abstinence only. Otherwise, education and access to birth control has proven to be the best solution as far as I know. Unless you have data showing a better solution?
     
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    It's ok that YOU don't see the contradiction. Lawyers on both sides and more than enough lawmakers do.
     
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    Teenagers know more about sex than most adults. They know how birth control pills and condoms work. That is why I don't place much importance on education. IMO the best use of tax dollars is making birth control available to all who want it. That will have the greatest impact on reducing the number of abortions.
     
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    Forgive me if I find those assertions unconvincing.
     
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    The answer seems to be No.
     

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