A middle ground on abortion is now possible

Jun 26, 2022 View Original Article
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    82% Extremely Conservative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

62% : A middle ground on abortion has now become possible.
47% : Pro-choice advocates have defended Roe v. Wade as though the words of the Constitution included "right to privacy" and "abortion."
45% :As long as the U.S. Supreme Court held the latter view, pro-choice advocates had no incentive to compromise on a more limited right: say, that a woman has the right to an abortion early in her pregnancy but not later.
42% : Forty-nine senators voted to create a national right to abortion up to viability.
41% : Pro-life advocates have based their efforts for the last half century on the belief that life begins at conception.
40% : This allowed Republican senators to mischaracterize the bill as "abortion on demand," putting the Democrats outside of the mainstream.
36% : However, their bill nullified several constraints on abortion the court had allowed, including a doctor's religious objections.
35% : Had Roe v. Wade never been issued fifty years ago, the right-to-life effort would have been directed at each of the fifty states, urging laws that limited abortion to, say, instances of rape or incest, or where the mother's life was at risk otherwise.
29% : President Biden and Speaker Pelosi announced that abortion will be on the midterm election ballot this November.

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