No legislation can be shown to help women more than no law in the area of abortion. The type of legislation that Lamm and Davison are suggesting, and which they consider to be a liberal, reform bill, strikes me in reality as almost as oppressive to women as a very strict law such as the Connecticut law, which only permits abortion when necessary to save the woman's life. Their bill is still controlling a woman's decision, which is anathema to me.
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