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This paper intends to describe the potential enactment of a piece of legislation which prohibits some constraints set on the abortion process. By proceeding through the intricacy of the invoice and its own capacity to be enacted; comparing and giving examples of the constitutionalism and perspectives about abortion; and end with assessing specifically Colorado's laws on abortion with current and future laws, it's hoped understood that without this piece of legislation and others like it, our country would be giving the government too much power to limit a woman's decision and her conclusions on her own body. The Women's Health Protection Act of 2013 sets very high restrictions against limits on a woman's capacity for an abortion. When the Act were enacted, that is sadly very unlikely, it might allow a woman's choice more. "The Women's Health Protection Act protects a woman's health, her ability to make her own conclusions, and also her constitutional rights." Women's Health Protection Act of 2013 now sits with a Congressional Committee at November 13, 2013. The bill was introduced and is sponsored by Judy Chu, a democrat, who sits on the 27th California Congressional District. This bill aims to limit restrictions on abortions and has a 4% likelihood of passing. Little in length with some fifteen pages, the bill attempts to set some principles within the law that are too restricting against women and their right to an abortion. Some rules that are included in the invoice and are aimed to be prohibited are that women must visit medical centers several days prior to receiving an abortion, while also prohibiting restrictions on health care providers and centers performing the abortion and age restrictions with parental participation. The present l.. .