We need to recognize how a bill like this has implications beyond the mother, to her partner, and potential children. Forcing a child on someone due to lack of sexual education, an underprivileged upbringing, or, worst yet, rape, publicly recognizes the federal governments rejection of a citizen's basic right to free choice. Abortion should be a topic of conversation between patient and doctor—without a third party guiding the hand of society, painting abortion to be an act of sin. When we look at the implications of this bill on women after it passes, this bill VILIFIES them—it vilifies well beyond the act of abortion to natural processes such as miscarriage and menstruation. It's about time we recognize we are one species, born from nature where things happen, by organic and artificial purposes. Abortions allow those without control over these happenings to set themselves back on the right track, wherever that might be. The role of government should not be defining what is "right" to a person.