So damn her right to access to health care and prosecute her if she is desperate enough to get an abortion past that arbitrary line.. 68,000 women dead, millions maimed every single year. Over 21 million women you think should be prosecuted for breaking the law because they feel they should have rights over their bodies. The dry foot policy determines that while the baby is inside the mother, then the mother's rights are paramount. That's the crux of it. And you believe this is horrendous and extreme and harmful to the pro-choice movement? That is what the pro-choice movement is about. The right of women to determine for themselves what is right for themselves and their bodies. It's about bodily integrity and choice. It's not that I don't think this limit is good enough. It's that I know such limits will result in so many women dying. So which is better? Allowing women to die and be permanently scarred and maimed and doing this knowingly with the knowledge that if they survive the procedure, they can just be arrested and prosecuted and that makes it all better? Or providing women with safe options which more often than not, involve counseling and help for these women to try and find different options? I'd rather try and save these women's lives by providing them with choices and safe and legal options. Personally, I find the 68,000+ figure of deaths and millions more scarred for life to be unacceptable. But apparently, this is acceptable to some.