The large issue is that we as Americans have the right to bodily autonomy. Meaning no one can dictate how we use our bodies as long as we are independently cappable of making those choices. A fetus/baby is dependant on the Mother's body. So legally the mother is under no obligation to sustain the pregnancy.
This is where some states have made rulings on when a pregnancy can no longer be terminated.
The discussion is nuanced and complicated because bodily autonomy effects other legislation.
That is not true. If Americans had the right to bodily autonomy we wouldn't have the government trying to force everyone to get vaccinated.
It's also not true as you can check how many states can prosecute women for drinking or taking drugs during pregnancy. Even liberal California.
This so called 'bodily autonomy' is just a tool of liberals to use when they want to.
I personally am not straight across the board anti-abortion. But I will never be pro-abortion, having seen what liberals do with it. If there is rape, and if the woman wants an abortion immediately, as soon as possible, then she should be allowed to get it. But if she waits and carries for any length, then no.
If it is known that there will be complications in the birth, and the womens life is at risk, that is difficult. But I think if she is able to decide, she should be allowed to decide. If she is not able to decide, then her husband should be allowed to decide.
But, this idea that abortion is a fundamental human right is ridiculous. Things only become 'rights' based on the human government you are under.