RefAnnBib #2

Part 1:
( Scott Clement, William Bishop, Robert Barnes).”Americans broadly support Supreme Court upholding Roe v. Wade and oppose Texas abortion law, Post-ABC poll finds”.16 November 2021.https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/11/16/post-abc-poll-abortion-supreme-court/

Part 2:
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Part 3:
The article explains America’s overall stance on what abortions laws should be. Data shows that three-quarters of Americans believe that the choice is up to the women and her doctor. There are plenty of court rulings that battle against abortion law, and there are many arguments being made on the topic, ranging from protecting unborn life of carrying a burden on the parents.

Part 4: In my opinion, I do believe, like the majority of Americans in the data in this article, that the choice is up to the parent. Carrying a child is a huge responsibility, and there are those who simply aren’t ready for that. It seems cruel to the unborn child, but I believe it would be even worse if they died at an early age because they were born in an environment that couldn’t sustain their life.

Part 5:
“Overall, 75 percent say such decisions should be left to the woman and her doctor, including 95 percent of Democrats, 81 percent of independents and 53 percent of Republicans.”(121-124)

“That decision acknowledged states have an interest in protecting unborn life, but may not enact laws that create an undue burden on seeking an abortion before a fetus could survive outside the womb, generally around 22 to 24 weeks.”(70-73)

“A separate question finds 36 percent support state laws that make it more difficult for abortion clinics to operate, while 58 percent oppose such restrictions, including 45 percent who oppose them ‘strongly.'”(100-102)

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