I'm a strong believer in giving people full agency about their bodies, and I have to say, limiting abortion to only the first few weeks of the pregnancy is an unacceptable restriction to that. Think about it like this: If another person could only survive by "parasitically feeding on your body" in some way, you would have the right to deny that person that privilege, and therefor sentence the person to death. Even if the consequences for you would be trivial, no person has the right to use you as a "host" of sorts. The right for bodily self-determination trumps every other right - as it rightfully should. Pregnancy is a bit different in scope of course - after all, the person that is growing in your body is growing there because of your own decisions - but I don't see how that would affect the situation. The person that is growing in you would not even have the chance to grow at all if you had not made other decisions before, so why would you forfeit the right to a part of your body? That doesn't make sense to me. There is an argument that some people make, that "Well, you had enough time before, now it's too late." - but honestly, that's ridiculous and nonsensical. It's like saying: "You had a chance to say that you didn't want sex the 10 minutes before, now it's too late, I'm already pounding you." That would obviously not be accepted and be seen as rape. So I don't see why it would be acceptable to use that as an excuse here. Of course, with late-term abortions, saving the life of any soon-to-be child that can survive by not continuing the mother's body, should be a high priority (as long as it doesn't endanger her), but if that's not possible - well, tough luck. Overall, we need abortion laws to be expanded to include any moment in time before birth.