why does it have to be wide spread?
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|Wed, 06-24-2009 - 8:40am|
I have been wondering this for a while. Often when things are brought up like having some sort of consequence for having say a dozen elective abortions or having an elective third trimester abortion it is said that it doesn't happen often enough to warrant legislation.
This makes no sense to me. Leta say for example that child abuse was almost non existent (wouldn't that be nice) would it be OK to not make laws against it then.
Why does a problem have to be widespread for it to be addressed?