Abortion regulation is an intractable problem mainly because no one knows the true nature of reality. Differing opinions about the existence and nature of God, the human soul, objective morality and other “first principles” lead to irreconcilable opinions about abortion.

If Congress, state legislators and judges want to address abortion now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned, they will need to address various difficult questions. The primary question is how the government should balance the rights of a pregnant woman with the rights of the preborn developing in her womb when those rights conflict.


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