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Recoveron – rights movement needs to reduce the number of abortions Focus Unplanned pregnancies says debate about Roe End statement piecesThe abortion – rights movement is to grow stronger at reducing the number of abortions by reducing the number of unwanted pregnancies in , the debate Roe v. Border on the 1973 Supreme Court decision that effectively prohibits abortion excluded state, William Saletan a Slate national correspondent and author of ‘Bearing right: How conservatives won the abortion war,’writes in a Washington Post commentary. By Saletan, threaten three ‘political asteroid ‘Roe: potential disputes, from a South Dakota law that bans all abortions in the state unless they a pregnant woman to save the life the Supreme Court ‘s announcement that that appeal to hear a a federal law banning so-called ‘partial – birth’abortion. Possible that Justice John Paul Stevens to retire restore rightssays of these three of these three events could debate at the start, continuing the cycle of relocation support, the abortion – rights activist regain political support, while abortion rights opponents retreat. Abortion – rights supporters need to ‘ditch their old script ‘Saletan writes. He says that was with technological and medical advances, prevention of unintended pregnancies is easier than it in 1973 , adding that advocacy for better access to birth control, emergency contraception and sexual education a ‘more winnable fight ‘and ‘another ‘ ‘Saletan writes: ‘. Maybe if we help avoid the next 10 years women second trimester abortions to spend, we will not have to spend the next 20 or 40 years to defend ‘and added: ‘Perhaps the best way to end the attack on a Roe , it is irrelevant ‘(Saletan, Washington Post.

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