Yes, but only during the first 20 weeks, same as a woman.
Yes, but only during the initial period when a non-invasive technique works.
No, but he should have the right to be legally relieved of all responsibility.
NO! Only the woman has this right and he remains responsible.
I oppose all abortion, so neither have the right.
I Don't Know.
Is it the laws job to make sure that people have the opportunity to make the same decisions that other people get to make?
Men get to make a decision about vasectomies. Should a women be able to decide if a man will have a vasectomy? Should a mother be able to renounce her responsibility to support her child because the father chose to not have a vasectomy, thereby making him fully responsible for supporting the child?
This situation...as it stand...is substantive due process jurisprudence (theory or a philosophical element of due process), which means that there are rights which involve a degree of "third-party harm", that is, the chance that someone or something else may suffer by exercise of the right.
It is unavoidable...