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Is it fair for the Supreme Court to make states change their abortion/health care regulations?

  • Yes, the Supreme Court should make states change their abortion regulations

    The Supreme Court has the right to make states change their abortion regulations as a measure of setting some uniform standard across the states and maintaining the some rights for all citizens regardless of state influence. The same confusion was raised during the same sex battle, that citizens can not be crossing state lines in an effort to gain rights and benefits across the country.

  • Yes, it creates uniformity and limits confusion.

    The Supreme Court's making states change their abortion/health care regulations decreases confusion and ensures uniformity throughout the United States. Experience has shown that letting states make their own decisions about something so incredibly important is seriously detrimental to both women's health and their right to proper healthcare. Letting states set their own regulations results in such embarrassments as women having to drive hundreds of miles just to get an abortion.

  • No, it is not fair for the Supreme Court to force states to change their abortion/health care regulations.

    The subject of abortion is something that voters have the right to decide. The government needs to respect the people's vote on this. When the Supreme Court gets involved in an issue like this, quite often it ends up being the minority's views that are represented. That is not how a democracy is supposed to work.

  • No, it is not fair for the Supreme Court to make states change their abortion regulations.

    Each state should have the right to create its own abortion and healthcare provider regulations. The Supreme Court should not force states to change these regulations because a one-size-fits-all approach does not work as well for the entire country. It is not fair that the Supreme Court can over turn laws created by the elected officials of a state.


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