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Why Abortion is a RIGHT and Should Be Legal AND Accessible

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: abortion saved my life. It was the hardest choice I’ve ever had to make, but it was made out of love and knowing I was right to protect a child from being born into a home that was not ready, as well as to a mother unready. Had I been forced to carry out pregnancy, I would have killed myself. The reasons I will not repeat or share more of. My husband and I both knew I couldn’t handle it, and it was not right for us at the time. So the choice was made and I have never felt such relief, ever. With that said,   Continue reading Why Abortion is a RIGHT and Should Be Legal AND Accessible

Arkansas Law Becoming More & More Anti-Choice, Anti-Women Rights

First, I am extremely pro-choice. Foolish people can say abortion is murder, they can say it is morally wrong, they can say whatever they want. Ladies, don’t listen to their lies. Until they’ve walked in someone else shoes they have no right to judge. Abortion’s save lives; the lives of MOTHER’S. There are many reasons I support abortion. For example, I am against adoption for my own personal reasons which I will write about one day, but people should have the right to make the choice for adoption, but if they, like me, can’t or do not want to chose adoption, abortion should be just as easily available to save the WOMAN’S life. Abortion isn’t an easy choice to make, no. But that does not mean it is the WRONG choice. Actually, sometimes the right choice is the HARDEST choice to make. But strong women make it and go through it, while being harassed by insane right wing…. anyway on to the news!

Yesterday, March 6th, the state legislature in Arkansas overrode the governor’s veto on a so called “fetal heartbeat” abortion bill. This makes Arkansas the state with the most strict laws against abortion in America.This anti-choice, anti-woman law makes it illegal to have an abortion after 12 weeks.

“If the State is interested in protecting fetal life after viability, it may go so far as to proscribe abortion during that period, except when it is necessary to preserve the life or health of the mother,” reads the milestone decision in Roe V Wade, 1973.

The Governor of Arkansas, Mike Beebe, had previously vetoed this bill earlier in the week because, as he said,
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