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Week of September 19, 2022

Week of September 19, 2022
Posted: Sep 15, 2022
Categories: Poll Questions
Comments: 12

Topic: Federal vs. State Abortion Laws

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Should the federal government seek to pass abortion laws, or should this issue be decided at the state level?

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12 comments on article "Week of September 19, 2022"

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Marlene, 9/16/2022 2:49 PM

Another Lindsay Graham crap on republicans . Need to leave to states to decide! & vote on


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Vicki Burch, 9/16/2022 3:05 PM

Wasn't this issue just turned back to the States, where it really always was with the States. And Lindsey Graham needs to keep his mouth closed at this time. Why give the Dems something to cheer about. Good grief. Do not screw it up GOP!!


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Kathleen M Bell, 9/16/2022 4:29 PM

Roe v Wade is finally overturned. We can not afford to even hint at letting the federal government ever ever touch this subject again. The States should manage this issue and let's pray for some time in the future that abortion has finally stopped unless it is a true medical necessity.


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Connie Lucas, 9/17/2022 12:58 PM

The Power of the Federal Government is supposed to handle War, Peace negations, foreign commerce and Taxation

The Power of the States is to handle lives, liberties, properties of the people which engulfs abortion rules.


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Barbara Wild, 9/19/2022 8:43 AM

Whether one is pro-life or pro-choice, abortion is the most personal of personal matters and the federal government has no right to be involved. Matters of death as in euthanasia and execution and even burial procedures are left the the states because the state governments are closest to the people and are, therefore, more responsive to them. Our founders chose a federation for this reason and it is slowly being eroded, transformed into a huge centralized government.

Making law governing abortion is just one more step toward concentration of power and taking power from the people and giving it to Washington D.C.


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K.L. Shillock, 9/19/2022 11:43 AM

You needed a another choice in your listing.to get my vote. .The issue of Abortion should not even be in the political arena---Federal or State government control.

Abortion is a matter of very personal, individual responsibility. One takes responsibility for ones actions and lives with the results. Mandating morals or conscience by law is not a deterrant. Better leave this issue back in the Faith Community realm where it belongs. K.S.


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Shelby Baker, 9/19/2022 1:05 PM

Again, we are not debating the actual question that surrounds the whole abortion debate. "When does life begin?" Until this debate is won, the abortion debate will go on forever. Whereas winning the debate on that question would make the feds/states have to debate the next question. "Is murder ok?" Unfortunately, the feds/states will always be in the middle of the 'act' of abortion because of the people who perform these acts. Although, Doulas are now offering support for women wanting to try and perform this act at home. Until the church steps up (and in a big way) and speaks out against this act vs speaking to affirm drag queens grooming our children, unfortunately we are spiritually lost in this battle.


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Calendar, 9/19/2022 3:04 PM

The Power of the Federal Government is supposed to handle War, Peace negations, foreign commerce and Taxation


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Carolyn Anderson, 9/19/2022 3:24 PM

Killing babies is wrong, no matter who says it is "OK". Allowing it is a travesty. Sanctity of life is precious and we as citizens are charged with protecting it. When we fail, we as a nation all suffer.


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tunnel rush, 9/26/2022 10:18 AM

The federal government seek to pass abortion laws, it's a sore problem



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paper minecraft, 9/29/2022 3:43 AM

Abortion is the most private of all private concerns, and the federal government has no business getting involved, regardless of whether one is pro-life or pro-choice. Because state governments are closer to the people and hence more attentive to their needs, issues relating to death, including as euthanasia, executions, and even burial customs, are left to the states.

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