As one with an x-linked chromosomal issue, I still firmly believe normal, healthy ladies who want late-term abortions are waiting too long and don't have a good enough excuse. I have always been angered by the absurd argument that a fetus is a woman's body. There is a point at which the fetus is it's own person and you are it's home - a landlord, so to speak. And it takes sperm to make a baby so it was never "all you" in the first place, anyway. But I digress. In my case (and in the cases of millions of women), x-linked genetic defects can mean a dead child anyway, or one severely impaired for a short time before the inevitable death. In such situations, the born child will be a source of heartache and financial strain for the government or the mother or both for the time it is alive. If late-term abortions are banned, there need to be safeguards in place for women with these issues, especially if they learn of it because of the pregnancy.