Banning of the "morning After Pill"
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2: The pills other side effects include significant weight gain of on average 15 pounds, depression, ovarian cyst enlargement, gallbladder disease, high blood pressure, respiratory disorders, increased risk of ectopic pregnancy and death
3: Studies show the woman who use the pill are more then likely to use the pill habitually which can only increase the chances of the individual being effected by the side effects.
C: The "Morning After Pill" should be banned.
2. although the morning after pill is not a alternative to using condoms and other forms of safe sex. It gives you that second option in case a accident does occur.
3. not everyone can financially support a child. 80 percent of teenage moms end up on welfare and do not finish their education therefore limiting job opportunities in the future.
c: the morning after pill should not be banned
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Vote Placed by whiteflame 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro's case just never gets contested. Despite all the basic facts that a) they know the side effects and b) that the only person affected by those side effects is the person taking them, I never get that analysis from Con. If Con had just argued that it's not a government's responsibility to protect people from themselves, Pro's case may well have been defeated here. Instead, Con goes with analysis that really doesn't lead to any demonstrable impact. I would have liked to see some of the harms of abortion (which many of these people would engage in), and more analysis regarding what forcing a child on a young mother does to her life and livelihood, but without that analysis, his case just comes off weakly. Hence, I vote Pro.
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