The April 13 letter “Constitution redux” is concerned that the Constitution Revision Commission might change a privacy clause that could negatively affect abortion.
The clause, which says that a person has a right to be free from government intrusion in a person’s private life, seems to imply protection for the unborn child rather than a parent who wants to kill that pre-born girl or boy.
The God-given, human right to life is primary and “unalienable.”
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