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Capital punishment is a government approved practice in which a person is given the death penalty as a punishment for a crime. Capital punishment is a legal penalty currently practiced by 30 states. The United States is the only Western country which approves the death penalty. Capital...

Gender identity is the personal sense of one's gender as male, female, both, or neither. Currently, 28 US states do not explicitly include sexual orientation, and 29 US states do not explicitly include gender identity within anti-discrimination statutes. The proposed US Equality Act prohibits discrimination based...

At present Health insurance covers, FDA approved contraceptive methods prescribed by a woman’s doctor for birth control. This generally includes diaphragms, sponges, birth control pills, vaginal rings, implanted devices, like IUDs, emergency contraception, like Plan B and other sterilization procedures. Drugs which induce abortions are...

"Nasa received $19.5 billion from Congress for 2018 to focus on space travels and related projects. Those against government funding consider this an extravagant waste of billions of dollars on probes to other planets and moons when there are plenty of projects on Earth, in need...

"Nuclear energy is generated by nuclear reactions and can be used efficiently to produce electricity. In the U.S. there are 98 operating nuclear power reactors in 30 states which fulfill 20% of the country's energy requirements. Proponents claim that nuclear energy is safe and emits fewer...

"Federal law authorizes prosecutors to attempt the death penalty only for distinct crimes — usually involving murder. A drug dealer can be sentenced to death for operating criminal enterprises that either involve large quantities of drugs or murdering someone while committing a drug crime. The United...

"Juvenile solitary confinement has been criticized heavily because of the deep psychological damage to the teenagers who must endure it. Doctors have categorized it as a form of child abuse. In January 2016, President Obama issued an executive order banning federal prisons from using solitary confinement...

"Felony disenfranchisement is the exclusion from voting of citizens otherwise eligible to vote due to a conviction of a criminal offense. The 14th amendment of the United States prevents citizens from voting who have participated in a “resistance, or other crime” but leaves states to...

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