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Reader’s Opinion: Pushing religion into abortion debate is wrong – Duluth News Tribune

I think the anti-abortion movement is an attempt by a group of people to force everyone to obey the group’s religious view regarding abortion. I don’t think anyone should be forced to obey someone else’s religious views on abortion or anything else.

It seems to me that those who oppose abortion should encourage the use of contraceptives, vasectomy and other means of preventing pregnancy when there is no desire to have a baby.

There is no Christian point of view regarding abortion because many Christians oppose abortion while many other Christians do not oppose it. I do not object to Christians believing that abortion is wrong, but I strongly object to such people trying to make it extremely difficult or impossible for other people to have abortions.

Everyone should be free to decide if they want an abortion.

Charles Stephane

Duluth

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