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Washington, D.C. may soon institute a 24-hour waiting period before a tattoo or piercing can be done. But local officials have no interest in a waiting period before an abortion as the District of Columbia remains one of the most ardently pro-abortion places in the country.
From a TownHall :
Najma Roberts,Authentic Washington Red Skins Jerseys, a spokeswoman for the Health Department, said that the waiting period for a tattoo or piercing was necessary so people do not get inked or pierced with something they may regret:
“We’re making sure when that decision is made that you’re in the right frame of mind, and you don’t wake up in the morning saying, ‘Oh my God, what happened?’?”
Most tattoo parlors have stating that they will refuse to tattoo someone who is visibly intoxicated.
The proposed waiting period was criticized by tattoo artists across the city as being . According to tattoo artist , roughly half of her clients are “walk-ins” who she would not be allowed to tattoo under this new regulation.
While this regulation is designed to ensure people are in the “right frame of mind” during their body art sessions, it is interesting to note that the District of Columbia does not currently have any sort of waiting period for abortions. Currently, have some sort of waiting period prior to an abortive procedure. The District of Columbia has one of the highest abortion rates in the country,Pet Breeders and Internet Pet Sales Targeted by USDA-APHIS New Rules, with ending in abortion.
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According to officials with National Right to Life, at least two abortion providers currently are advertising that they provide abortions in the District past the point that the bill would establish protection – one to 24 weeks after fertilization, and the other during the third trimester,NIKE Bengals DALTON Jerseys, at least to seven and one-half months,Authentic New York Jets Jerseys, and perhaps later.
“In the nation’s capital, abortion is now legal, for any reason, until the moment of birth,” said NRLC Legislative Director Douglas Johnson.