Impact of state anti-abortion laws ha...

Impact of state anti-abortion laws hard to gauge

There are 2 comments on the WTOP-FM Washington story from Mar 2, 2012, titled Impact of state anti-abortion laws hard to gauge. In it, WTOP-FM Washington reports that:

When lawmakers take aim at abortion, they draw on an ever-growing arsenal of restrictions and mandates imposed on women, doctors and clinics.

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Tom

Kansas City, MO

#1 Mar 3, 2012
This is so simple really. The whole problem can be solved by outlawing women. There won't be any more arguments over birth control or abortion and Missouri men can learn to do without or..... Well, maybe they can go to Kansas.... no, Brownback's there. Oh well.
guest

United States

#2 Mar 3, 2012
Any opposition to the senseless and unmitigated and gruesome slaughter of 1.5 million babies every year is a good thing.

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