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  • rti9

    Surely if we believe young people are mature enough to parent or responsible enough to carry a baby to term, and thoughtful enough to make the decision to put a baby up for adoption without parental or judicial intervention (though there are five states that require parental involvement if a minor puts a child up for adoption), they should also have to right to decide whether or not to get a 10-minute medical procedure.

    I´d say the problem isn´t that the law thinks they are mature enough for that. It simply thinks that they shouldn´t be pregnant. Lawmakers seem to have no idea of how to handle teen pregnancy.

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