My thoughts on 'Frontline's ' "The Last Abortion Clinic"...

This story focused on the poorest area in Mississippi also being the poorest in the US. The pro-lifers want abortion outlawed at all costs. They want to talk to women about reasons not to abort and then send them on their way with a stroller, baby food, and toys which apparently they think is enough to sustain them for raising the child to adulthood. If they would put all their efforts into providing women with financial education support, the *need* to have an abortion would be greatly reduced.

Recent news coverage has focused on the new Roberts Supreme Court and 'how its decisions might affect abortion' -- an issue that has divided the country for decades. Later this month, the Court will take up its first major abortion case in five years: 'Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood of Northern New England'.

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