H.R. 3541, The Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act of 2011

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Kiley Caron

March 4, 2012, 6:50pm (report abuse)

I am in opposition of your bill simply because I am a believer in pro-choice. I do not approve of abortion, but I also do believe that each woman should be able to have their own choice. There are many different reasons for which women get abortions and I have not been in their shoes or lived their lives, so I do not and will not impose my views upon them. I do believe that if a mother decides to have an abortion, for whatever the reason, it is probably a better that she does that than a child that she does not want and will not care for. My final thought is that America was founded on the belief of freedom and we should respect everyone’s views.

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