I actually think it's the "business" of the father of the child. That's not to say he gets to make the final decision, but to say it's none of his business is a bit harsh. Some men couldn't care less about the children they father, and other men care very much. I feel for these men, even as I recognize that the final decision is the woman's.
Can't fix it that way. A woman's decision is between her and her doctor and it's nobody else's business.
Its' not always men who bring it up; far from it. Many women have very strong feelings about it and don't believe it's a choice that should be available.
In particular, men don't have a say in this. And it's always men who bring it up and think it's their business and it's NOT. Once the sperm leaves their body, their choice has been made.
It does in so far that it pays for the procedure, does it not? Certainly the state has a right to govern and protect the rights of a would-be child. A woman who gives birth and leaves the baby to die is prosecuted, so do you think it would make it all right if she aborted that same viable fetus before it left the womb? What about when a woman goes into labor - is it still ok to abort? These, I believe, are issues that are the state's business.
And certainly the state has no business in the wombs of the nation.