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DDI09-BQ-Abortion-Neg - Abortion Neg Dartmouth 2K9 1...

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Abortion Neg Dartmouth 2K9 1 Abortion Neg NASCAR is not a sport. Period. 1
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Abortion Neg Dartmouth 2K9 2 Hey, This is the Abortion Neg. There are specific frontlines to each lab’s version of the abortion aff that should be used to supplement the generic frontlines. Outlines with each aff’s plan and advantages are included as well. 2
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Abortion Neg Dartmouth 2K9 3 LO Info Text: The United States Supreme Court should overrule Harris v. McRae (448 U.S. 297 (1980)) by holding that restrictions on the provision of Medicaid funding for abortion violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Adv.1—Abortion Access -Restrictions on Medicaid prevent women in poverty from obtaining abortions -Restricting access to abortions denies women their self-determination and agency -The devaluation of agency eradicates the capacity to make meaningful political judgments. Agency is a prerequisite for every value and a necessary condition for establishing a just society -This concept of agency outweighs all other impacts. Establishing a framework in which life is worth living is a prerequisite to ethical decision-making -The Hyde Amendment is a prop used by the religiously patriarchal to subordinate women and maintain the patriarchal system -The patriarchal system allows all impacts Adv. 2—Equal Protection -Current laws force women into poverty and unwanted childbirth violating the 14 th amendment, equal protection solves these problems and gives women control over their own lives -An Equal protection ruling in areas of abortion would spill over to other issues -The plan erases the intent standard—it creates a version of Equal Protection based on effect, not intent -That precedent is key to establishing a basis for felon voting rights -Felon disenfranchisement undermines human rights credibility -US human rights leadership prevents extinction SOLVENCY? Suggestions: Ehhh…don’t run states. Most of their 1AC cards have AT: states built into them NASCAR is not a sport. Period. 3
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Abortion Neg Dartmouth 2K9 4 LO Supplement Abortion Access Adv: -1AC Lang 99 card says, “Certainly, other factors will contribute to the undermining of first generation human rights” in the un- underlined part -1AC Stopler card says, “At the same time, the underlying cause of the problem is that the patriarchal religious and cultural assumptions that are the basis for the law cannot be challenged because they are protected by religious liberty, by the right to culture and by freedom of association”…why does your case still solve? -1AC Warren and Cady ’96 impact doesn’t have any warrants Equal Protection Adv: 4
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Abortion Neg Dartmouth 2K9 5 SS Info Text: The United States Supreme Court should overrule Harris v. McRae (448 U.S. 297 (1980)) by holding that restrictions on the provision of Medicaid funding for abortion violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.
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