I have no doubt that there are many cases in which women aborted their defective or nonviable fetus…
Jay Sun
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We agree up to your last paragraph. Well…kinda. I do want to point out that stats show a large majority of late term abortions are due to defective (ugh, terrible word, but fair) fetuses.

There are also pretty large implications on the health of the mother for how the procedure is handled. Like long term reproductive health implications. Which is why *health* insurance companies should pay for it. I fully disagree that companies can have morals (and before we make the next argument I also disagree that because the supreme court ruled a certain way that makes it correct — that’s why dissenting opinions get published). So to say that a medical insurance company shouldn’t pay for a procedure because that company finds it to go against their morals? Nope.

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