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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Colorado Abortion Rate: + Sex can be determined+ Development of major organs+ Audible heartbeat+ Muscles start to function 36 Weeks Colorado is 1 of only 9 states with no gestational time limits Stages of Fetal Developement + Starts to squirm & kick+ Fully formed bones+ Gaining about 1/2 lb. every week 4 Weeks 24 Weeks National Abortion Rate: Side Effects of Late-Term Abortions Colorado Public Policy on Abortion 16.9 per 1,000 women aged 15-44 (Guttmacher Institute) (Guttmacher Institute) 14.2 per 1,000 women aged 15-44 Out of every 1,000 abortions, 140 are late-term (CDC) Current Policy: Women can have an abortion up to 36 weeks pregnant. (Pro Choice Colorado) New Policy: The Federal Government implements a nationwide gestational time limit of 24 weeks. + Development of heart, spinal chord and brain+ Develop arms and legs "buds"+ Size of a blueberry 12 Weeks + Development of skin+ Hair & body growth+ Ability to hear & swallow+ Bone marrow makes blood cells + Sleep & wake regularly (Women's Health)(Human Body II Encoyclopedia) Mental Side Effects: + Disturbing dreams + Reliving the event + Trouble falling asleep + PTSD + Panic attacks + Depression + Alcoholism + Suicidal thoughts Physical Side Effects: + Heavy bleeding+ Risk of infection+ Sepsis+ Fainting (Journal of Psychiatric Research) (American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists) *See Works Cited in Methodology States with lowest abortion rates(per 1,000 women) = States that already have 24-26 week gestation time limit Wyoming 1.1 Mississippi 3.2 South Dakota 3.9 Kentucky 4.6 Missouri 5 (Guttmacher Institute) What does America think? 60% of Americans would support a 20-week abortion ban 55% believe that abortion should be legal in all or most cases 84% would support some level of further restrictionson abortion (Quinnipiac University)(Pew Research Center)(Marist College)
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