So make constraints through law where a set of prerequisite circumstances have to be met before the abortion can be carried out. Police report fully done with a medical assessment. That will weed out the vast majority of fence sitters, contraceptive seekers and false reports while assisting law enforcement. I don't see it as a very complicated issue except the hard liners just don't want to make any exceptions on either side. If a woman is impregnated through rape or incest then those prerequisites shouldn't be too hard to accept and fulfill. I don't think there are any perfect solutions that will please everyone, it's a very sentimental issue on either side. My personal priorities are a baby's life takes precedent where a woman had a choice when she made herself accessible. When a woman has that choice removed and gets pregnant then I feel like some exception can be made. Obviously I also support abortion as an option when a woman's health is at risk as well. We have some limited power of life over death. We have capitol punishment in most states and I supported people's right to choose assisted suicide in terminal cases back in the day. I would even be open to support abortion in cases of early detected birth defects. I'll go so far as to say that I'd much prefer societal pressure against abortion than rule of law limiting it. What really disturbs me is that society as a whole accepts abortion to the point that we even have a need to debate the subject. I still recall a time not too long back when a single mother or a woman that had an abortion as a form of birth control was frowned upon by the public to the point that when it did happen, every attempt was made to keep it on the down low and avoided. As a whole, I dislike any laws limiting free choice, I agree some are needed but people have a tendency to try to control everything with a law or rule and before you know it life is too damn complicated to live.