LETTER: Rules changes disputed

LETTER: Rules changes disputed

FILE – In this June 25, 2018 file photo, pro-life and anti-abortion advocates demonstrate in front of the Supreme Court in Washington. Republican lawmakers in at least a half dozen GOP-controlled states already are talking about copying a Texas law that bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected. The law was written in a way that was intended to avoid running afoul of federal law by allowing enforcement by private citizens, not government officials. I would like to respond to Dr. Richard Cherwitz’s seven proposed rules changes as listed in his letter to the editor last Sunday: 1) Demand that politicians who want to ban abortions when the baby in the mother’s womb has a heart beat should provide financial support for the babies. Here’s news for you, the politicians did not impregnate these women. What about the responsibilities of the two people who caused the pregnancy which could have been easily avoided? Abortion is being used as a form of birth control and maybe if that would be stopped there would be far less need for abortions. Who pays for the abortion? Taxpayers and an innocent baby. 2) I agree that everyone should be vaccinated but do not agree with the refusal of medical care, especially for those whose life is in danger. Would the doctor approve of letting people suffer or die because they did not get vaccinated? 3) Health insurance companies should not base their premiums on those unvaccinated. Are insurance companies to drastically raise […]

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