Thursday, November 30, 2006

Does a bill to prevent women from being coerced into abortion trample rights?

Dueling editorials are in the Detroit News, one answering yes, another answering no.

I wonder if it's uncomfortable for Michigan Planned Parenthood and Michigan NOW to be on the same side of this debate as Glenn Sacks. It's tough to stand next to someone who thinks men have a constitutional right to threaten and coerce women into having abortions. I don't know what Constitution Mr. Sacks is reading but I can't find the right to coerce women into abortion in this one. What other types of things do men have the constitutional right to coerce women into?

Links to the text of the package of bills can be found here.

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