The voters of MS said, 'No'. I think that was wise.
I never heard the full proposal--an iniative started by a group in Colorado and MS was chosen due to a large number of conservative pro life constituents.
So glad this group didn't select GA.
At some point I suppose there will have to be intense Pro Life/Pro Choice discussions. Until the medical community clarifies the finer points I will not concern myself with this issue again.
I can't agree that if rape is a factor there shouldn't be a 'choice'.
With child abuse so widespread I am also concerned that many children do not receive the type of care that every child needs. Social Services---I don't think we can count on much from this quarter.
I am in favor of all citizens taking responsibility for reproductive issues.
Where that puts me is possibly in a No Man's Land?