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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 10, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, February 10, 1970.

w omen
discuss
abortions
By TOVA KLEIN'
Education, legislation and coun-'
seling were the main areas dis-
cussed during a Sunday night
meting of women concerned
about abortion and the problems
of obtaining one.
"Until women h a v e complete
control over t h e i r own bodies,
which includes control over de-
ciding when they want children,
they can't be free from oppres-
sion," said Nancy Kohn, .who ad-
dressed the, group of 50 women.
The meeting then broke up into
three committees to discuss edu-
cation, legislation -and counseling
about abortion.
SThe legislation group talked
about plans to get as many wo-
mner as possible to testify at State
Senate open hearings on. abortion
law reform which are to, be- held
in the Detroit area Feb. 27.
The committee plans to hold a
demonstration to allow other wo-
men to express their views on the
subject at the hearing. The group
as a whole will discuss plansr-for"
the demonstration at a meeting
t~o be held next Sunday.
-The committee is also consid-
ering the possibility of running a
petition drive, but the women
have not yet agreed on what type
of abortion reform legislation the
petition should support.'
The counseling committee 'will
initially gather a group of women
who have had abortions and allow
these women to advise women
seeking abortions on the best path
to follow.
The education group will con-
centrate on self-education for
about two weeks. They then plan
to go out to the community to be-
gin a widespread education effort
about abortion.
They' are also considering rais-
ing money to aid women who want
abortions and setting up a litera-
ture table on the subject in the
Fishbowl.
While only 8,000 legal abortions
are performed every year, it is es-
timated that one million women
a year have illegal abortions, said
Barbara Rimmer, another speaker
at the meeting.
She added that the average le-
gal abortion costs $750, while the
average illegal one costs $500.
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