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Saturday, April 22, 2006

Arizonia State pro-choice group backs out of debate.

Pro-choicers are always claiming pro-lifers give out false information. So you would think they would jump at the chance to debate pro-lifers. After all they have the correct information. But they have chickened out.

Some students might assume that a week of events about abortion sponsored by a group opposed to abortion would be biased. In response, SFL believes that a public debate about abortion would be an excellent opportunity to present this issue to the student body in a format not biased in favor of one particular side. Earlier this month, ASU SFL invited the Coalition for Reproductive Rights to defend the Supreme Court case of Roe v. Wade, which (along with its companion case Doe v. Bolton) legalized abortion through all nine months of pregnancy for virtually any reason. The CRR accepted SFL's invitation to debate based on the acceptance of particular conditions that would be discussed and finalized at a later time. However, one week after accepting the invitation, SFL was informed via e-mail that the CRR "is unable to debate at this time." SFL responded that if the location, date, time, format or conditions of the debate needed to be changed SFL would accommodate. As of this writing, the CRR has not contacted SFL with a response. It is my opinion that the pro-abortion groups on campus are simply afraid to discuss this issue in an open forum.

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