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Waiting Period for Tattoos

Bradley Mattes   |   September 23, 2013

The District of Columbia is trying to protect its residents—well some of them, anyway. The Health Department is advocating a twenty-four-hour waiting period before a person can get a tattoo or piercing. They want to make sure the person’s “in the right frame of mind”—in most cases, not drunk or high on drugs. But when it comes to having an abortion with far more serious side—effects, they oppose a waiting period. Tattoo parlors oppose the waiting period, citing it’s bad for business. The abortion industry has the same reason for opposing a waiting period for abortion—it’s bad for business and abortion’s big money. The District has one of the highest abortion rates. Forty-one-percent of pregnancies end in abortion. It’s time to join most states with a waiting period for abortion.

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