Pro-choice, and providing birth control, sex education, and more social services will help reduce the number of abortions
Pro-life, but allow in cases of rape, incest, or danger to the mother or child
Pro-choice, but ban after the first three months
Pro-life, and I also oppose abortion for victims of rape and incest
Pro-choice, I don’t agree but the government has no right to ban it

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 @4ZJZF5Mfrom Western Australia answered…4yrs4Y

 @4ZZSR8Qfrom Victoria answered…4yrs4Y

 @4ZGSTDXfrom Victoria answered…4yrs4Y

Duel decision,unless in cases of rape,incest or danger to the mother or child or with written consent of both mother and father to have an abortion within 3 months.Legally it should be both parents decision.If father wants an abortion and mother doesn't he should not be held financially responsible for the child and vice versa if the father does want the child and the mother doesn't.

 @4VXBQGDfrom Western Australia answered…4yrs4Y

Pro-life, with the waiver that if a woman's life is at risk and at least two doctors agree she is, then an abortion should be allowed. In general though, abortions should be discouraged, and neither women or men should be allowed to insist on an abortion for the woman in question, nor she herself, if neither child or woman is in any physical danger.

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