Ok let me put it this way since you seem to be arguing for arguments sake Pumpkin.
No one WANTS this fetus. Period. It is unwanted, unloved and will be a burden on someone. Either the state or the family that has made it clear they do not want it.
It is IMMORAL to use a woman's body as an easy bake oven just because some people have this idea that their beliefs should trump everyone else's.
Now, if you are quite content to be reduced to nothing more than a walking, talking set of ovaries and a uterus - hey fine. Go live in Texas, or one of the other states that thinks this is perfectly ok. But for the rest of us women, we rather prefer being reasoning women respected for more than what we can shove out of our vaginas.
And that is what this boils down to. A catholic (why am I not surprised it is catholic) hospital is turning a woman into a breeding machine because it believes it's values are more important than the last wishes of a woman.
And before you start the same old argument that is on loop - she is dead. The desire to have a second child died with her. She can no more "have" a second child than she can rise from the dead and be proclaimed the savior. She can BIRTH a second child. Two totally different things there. And in this case, she can birth a second child that no one, read those two words again, NO ONE, wants.
So, by your reasoning, it is perfectly okay to bring a child into the world that stands a high chance of being damaged beyond the point of being able to live a normal life and that no one wants. A child that will, in effect, cost someone (either the family that wants no part of it or the Texas taxpayers) untold amounts of money either till it dies or reaches the age of maturity.
There is a reason there is a separation of church and state. This would be one of those reasons.
Your morals. They do not belong in my vagina or my end of life choices.
(Oh and for the record... debt is not inherited in the states. It is illegal to pass a debt incurred by someone else onto their next of kin who did not legally sign for the debt. If a house has money owed onto it, the bank reclaims the home and sells it again unless the person the house was left to is willing to legally take on the debt. It is not just pushed onto them.)