All wrong on abortion PROPONENTS [...]

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/16/2013, p43
All wrong on abortion PROPONENTS of abortion are saying we must legislate since the decision requiring it was made 21 years ago. But is that not precisely the reason why such a law should not be brought in? Twenty-one years is a long time. Science is forever coming to new conclusions and the perceived wisdom of psychiatrists now is that killing the baby would not cure the pregnant girl of the inclination towards suicide.


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