However, the issue is complicated by the fact that some events such as rape, incest or on medical grounds may happen, and that may deem it necessary to procure an abortion. Therefore, there is no legislation, superior enough to cover sufficiently the issue of abortion comprehensively. It is therefore wise to leave the issues of abortion to be presided over by courts at the federal level, on a case-by-case basis, whereby individuals are given the opportunity to argue their case before a judge or jury to arrive at an amicable solution.
Different states have different systems of governance, sometimes influenced by religious beliefs and affiliations (Huggins 39). For instance, Republican states are more conservative and inclined towards Catholicism, whereas Democratic states are more liberal, to some extent consenting to gay marriages and other contemporary religious practices. As such, state courts are subject to state laws, which tend to be influenced by religious beliefs. Therefore, it is best left to federal courts, and not state courts for that