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In all cases. No exceptions.

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Only in the case of rape or to save the mothers life

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Other stance/undecided

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In no cases. No exceptions.

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Only before heartbeat

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124275 says2016-12-27T23:26:39.7545194Z
The government shouldn't legalise something just because they can't police it.
ZachZimmey says2017-01-02T01:59:28.2862578Z
Only if both the mother's life AND the child's life are in danger of dying. In that case, it would be better to at least save one person than have them both die. If just the mother is in danger of dying (and yes, even if that would be my wife) the child should live. The mother has had her chance at life already, the baby has not.

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