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Mississippi close to having most-restrictive abortion law
JEFF AMY and SARAH MEARHOFF
March 9, 2018
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I really hope this passes, it's a step in the right direction for the protection of human life and that of the mother!
I’m pro life and pro choice.
Is it a coincidence that Mississippi falls at or near the bottom of state rankings related to health outcomes, educational attainment, unemployment, etc.?
Mississippi, building bridges to the 9th century.
Starting about 18 years after the 1973 supreme court decision made abortion legal, violent crime rates that had been steadily rising for years suddenly reversed themselves. It was across the entire USA. Anyone can verify this fact by looking at the FBI crime statistics on the internet.
What is Mississippi's policy on birth control ?
The cousins state.
Don't complain about welfare babies...
Pro-life right until birth, and then all bets are off.
and what is Mississippi doing about their homelessness rate? The amount of people in their state going hungry? What are they doing to help those who are already living?
The misconception is that there are a lot of late pregnancy abortions where almost 90 % or more won't be affected by this.......
Making laws to stop abortions will work, but making laws to stop people from having guns won’t work...? I don’t get it.