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  •  Well where is your contrary cite? n/t (none)
    •  What were we arguing again? (none)
      Oh yeah...my thinking was along the lines of affirmative action. That there is some govt. responsibility because of decades of neglect of attention given to clear threats to a group of people (abortion providers, in this case). This leads to a paucity of providers such that women and girls in poor, rural, or conservative areas do not have the same access. (This was a comment by the majority in Roe-the inequality of access across states)

      My argument is that there should be some financial incentives (scholarships, etc.) to fill the need. Also, they should be protected, and threats should be taken seriously.

      But that could be remedied legislatively. As to refering you to a case....well, I am working from a 12 year-old Con Law text, so I am a bit handicapped.

       

      Happy New Year, Impeach Bush

      by coigue on Wed Jan 04, 2006 at 08:33:10 PM PST

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