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Missouri could soon be the first US state without an abortion clinic

Missouri could soon be the first US state without an abortion clinic

Missouri’s last abortion clinic expects to shut down later this week. Planned Parenthood failed to renew its license issued by the state’s health department for the last remaining abortion clinic in St. Louis. If it isn’t compliant by May 31, Missouri will become the first state without a functioning abortion clinic since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973.

Simone
Simone
Carcharias
Carcharias 1 year

Women have the right to choose who they have sex with. After that they can be held accountable for their decisions like men are. For the life of me I don’t understand why women should be able to end the life inside them instead of being held accountable for their choices. While on the other side of the coin men who don’t pay child support have their wages garnished and are even thrown in prison. Want equality? Then no abortion.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 year

Goodbye. No children will be killed in my state.

Fatman in Paradise
Fatman in Paradise 1 year

..good.😎

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

Bye Felicia.

PacMan27
PacMan27 1 year

Come on Missouri! You can do it!

Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 1 year

Yeeeeeeeesss! This is the way to do it. Cut the source of money... save lives!

Based Haole
Based Haole 1 year

He's right maybe some of these people should fund their own private clinic...

ElKobolte
ElKobolte 1 year

next news: conservativs complain about to much single and teen moms...

Sir_Kutz
Sir_Kutz 1 year

I absolutely hate the idea of killing babies, however I understand there are nuances and find zero access to be an extremely dangerous move made with poor judgment.

MightyMargulis
MightyMargulis 1 year

except most hospitals do abortions in Missouri, so no one goes to clinics anyway. thatway if something goes wrong theyre already at the hospital. i lived in st.louis for 20yrs including highschool and college and i only knew of 2 clinics in the whole city

Herbie Goes Bananas
Herbie Goes Bananas 1 year

@Wholly Mindless, I tend to agree that coercion and prohibition never work. Changing minds is much more effective than changing laws. However, should we lift the prohibition on murder since it doesn't stop murder? Why prohibit theft since people still steal? Abortion is murder and should be treated as such.

Wholly Mindless
Wholly Mindless 1 year

The goal is noble, but coercing compliance with your values is not "changing the world" in the right way. Helping people understand that choosing differently (before and after) is the right thing to do. Prohibition didn't work before and it won't work again.

consistency
consistency 1 year

the hypocrisy of this is deafening

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

Alright so I want to mention something pertaining to this Abortion case... This is not to favor a side nor to judge based upon a strictly moral framework by which by principle I don't believe this should be allowed. This issue is not isolated from our System of Society. If this gets banned it is IMPERATIVE to recognize that there can and will be societal implications and consequences because of this which could be potentially severe whether it'd be locally in a municipality or regionally in a State. There are potential Trade Offs you should as the individual or the community take into heavy consideration. Something must be enacted to counteract what would be a significant growth spike given how many abortions are performed in a year most of which find it financially unsustainable. There either must be additional city services to adapt to the spike. Or more charitable organizations or private services if the other is not attainable. Educational services and capacity will have to be upgraded or private Education will have to take the burden either way. If nothing changes whether it'd be in our financial contribution, lack of charitable acts, or not wanting to pay for extra city services trying to emphasize individual responsibility and a hands off approach YOU WILL get a system OVERLOAD. Most likely those new borns will not have the sufficient services needed to pursue opportunities available to them. So what happens? You'll probably get a larger spike in crime and this will most likely overload the local emergency services. So now if the local government decides to spend extra on expenditures they'll probably have to borrow that money from banks and this can lead to higher interest rates for everyone within the vicinity. This along with higher crime will hurt businesses severely, real estate values and land value will plummet. No one will want to live there and the community eventually dies. If no other action is taken this could potentially be the Domino effect implications of enacting such a policy. Something must be done to counteract or reduce the impact of the trade-off. REMEMBER EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED NOT ISOLATED.

(Arcamean)
(Arcamean) 1 year

If you need an abortion it should ONLY be available if you were raped. Too many harlots use it because they’re too lazy to either close their legs or use contraception.

Ryan
Ryan 1 year

Good. Planned Parenthood is a disgusting organization that has killed more than hundreds of thousands of babies

Forrest  Trump
Forrest Trump 1 year

great just what we need more people in the world

GreenMachine
GreenMachine 1 year

You can go to a hospital. They have healthcare there. Hospitals take all sorts of insurance and Medicare. If things go wrong, you're already in a hospital. If the infant survived the procedure, their already in a hospital. There are all sorts of social services in a hospital. So why would we need a clinic?

David Michael
David Michael 1 year

Making money off killing folk ought not to be a viable business model

Brandon G
Brandon G 1 year

Good.

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