Should single pregnant women and their baby be given free pre/postnatal care when abortion is no longer an option?

Shuri
Should single pregnant women and their baby be given free pre/postnatal care when abortion is no longer an option?
Many states want abortions outlawed even in the case of rape or incest, regardless of how young or old the mother is or the state of their mental/physical health. Some states, like Ohio, are attempting to make it harder to get birth control for women by banning insurance coverage for many of the pills, IUDs, and some morning after pills. Since this is now becoming a trend in the USA, do you think it would be fair to provide single pregnant women with free pre/postnatal care to ensure a healthy baby and mother?

For the purpose of the question, we will assume that 'single' means unmarried. So even if they are in a relationship, they are still considered single if they do not have a marriage license.
Yes, that seems perfectly fair that all single pregnant women receive free proper healthcare
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Yes, but they should have to financially qualify for it
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All women should qualify for free pre/postnatal care even if they are married and insured.
Vote C
They should only if the father isn't in the picture. Otherwise, no.
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No, women should be responsible for their own health and the child's, even if the father dips out
Vote E
More than one of these
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Other opinion
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