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Opinion >  Letters

Abortion isn’t health care

Planned Parenthood’s Paul Dillon is concerned their rights will be taken away (“Planned Parenthood: Religious refusal order an attack on health care rights,” May 4). They’re always talking about choice.

Doesn’t he know that the medical care professionals also have rights and choices. Some people don’t like the idea of aborting babies described as health care.

Health care is suppose to free you from sickness. A baby is not a sickness.

Theresa Woods

Coeur d’Alene


 

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