In the end Taxes allow for the government to exist.
Saying I do or don't want them spent here or there, would take me years to tally up. Our tax dollars would just go to enforcing laws forbidding abortion, often based in religion, and false assumptions, or arbitrary claims of when sustainable life begins, so on and so forth. Separation of church and state has been around longer than this argument, and I believe any legislation based in religion is forfeit on those grounds.
Criminalizing the termination of pregnancy, creating a blackmarket of clinics, increasing women's health risks for those that need to terminate, AND YES there are times that necessitate such procedures. This is not only counter intuitive, but an absurd infringement on women's rights.
I recall when a conservative social political culture banned alcohol over pious and often religious beliefs. That did wonders for our country.
I believe there needs to be a set of sensible rules around terminating pregnancies, and that a woman should have full rights to their medical decisions. Aside from that, the governmental healthcare system needs to make equitable healthcare for citizens who use it and be able to exercise those rights.
'I recall when a conservative social political culture banned alcohol over pious and often religious beliefs. That did wonders for our country.' although not a 1 to 1 analogy, but a theme that: absolute restriction, will open the doors for thorough defiance.
~ Sometimes Occam's Razer is not the best answer, because it can create a Pandora's box of other problems to solve.