A: Strongly Support - I think this is a woman's choice all the way.
A: Mildly support. I feel that it is none of the government's business what people do in their private life with this subject. I believe that if there are doctors willing to do the procedure, that is the safer route to go. The morality of the situation and right or wrong time for it should be in the Doctor's hands.
My own Executive Councilor Chris Sununu, who voted with the majority in this misguided vote, ought to know better--in the past, he has supported Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. With this vote, he as well as Councilors Kenney and Wheeler are jeopardizing health care services for more than 12,000 New Hampshire women.
With this vote, many New Hampshire women's basic health care needs, like birth control and cancer screenings, are now in jeopardy. We shouldn't be sending out mixed signals concerning the state's commitment to health care, especially when it comes to meeting women's health needs in a state with above-average health care costs.
Here are two important facts to consider about this important health care matter: No state money would have gone to fund abortions; furthermore, Planned Parenthood of Northern New England has nothing to do with the disturbing videos concerning the purported sale of fetal tissue.
A: I'm pro-life. I argued a case before the US Supreme Court defending our parental notification law at the time that the Governor disagreed with our decision. On a Supreme Court nominee, that's something I'd want to know their stance, but my standard for upholding a Supreme Court nominee I'd look at their whole record, and whether they'd uphold the Constitution.
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