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Study Finds Parental Involvement in Abortion Correlates with Decreased Suicide Rates

Henry VIII Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 11:58 AM
nycXJ61 Wrote: 1 minute ago (11:51 AM) What's the "one solution?" Obamacare offers a variety of choices and allows people of lower income who don't have employer-sponsored insurance to pay for at least some of their medical care. We have Medicaid and a dozens of programs for low income children....what do you think the taxes on cigarette smokers go for? Obamacare will be a one size fits all will have to be, there isn't enough money to run it any other way. You scoff at death panels, but that's what will happen. Have you real the bill, have you looked at the taxes that will be levied? Have you looked at the what it will do to unemployment? You talk big now, but the boom is about to be lowered.
Carlos_7 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 12:02 PM
Michigan's last Democrat Governor took all the Tobacco settlement money and gave it to cronies ...

Democrats loathe children that they young and fresh and better equipped than the filthy old buzzards.

Many wish death on their children that they may sue a corporation or locale and win mammon.

Filthy people, these Democrats.
Henry VIII Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 11:59 AM
And, BTW.... I am female....
byeBarry Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 12:01 PM
I was going to mention that ;-).

A study entitled, “The Effect of Parental Involvement Laws on Youth Suicide” conducted from 1987 to 2003, found that a law requiring parental consent before a minor can have an abortion correlated with a 11 – 21 percent drop in suicides among 15-17-year-olds. The research comes from the Center for Disease Control Mortality Reports and concludes the results “are consistent with the hypothesis that parental involvement laws…serve to protect young females from depression and what have been termed ‘stressful life events.’”

The Guttmacher Institute lists a chart of each state’s parental consent laws for abortion. Only three, Kansas,...