True. Irrelevant to the topic, but still true. What is being discussing is the morality of the options selected to address a problem, not whether the problem being address is moral. That point was pretty much a given.
Untrue, and rather crucially so. We all agree that armed robbery is wrong, and the policies we propose to address the problem are all aimed at at least limiting it. No such agreement exists with respect to abortion, where one side sees it as immoral, and the other sees it as a Constitutional right. This is a moral question. If we all agreed that abortion was immoral then perhaps an argument could be made that what policies best reduce its incidence are solely prudential, but that isn’t the case.
I don’t read the news a lot but I have yet to see a politician take a stand in support of shooting liquor store owners. Again, this is in obvious contrast to their position on abortion.