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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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It can be hypothesized that the level of autophagy plays the dominant role in the regulation of its either pro-survival and pro-death.
soil and (is) not subject to the laws of the United States,'' said Michael Rushford, director of the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation, a pro-death penalty group.
This, to me, is not a tough call," says John McAdams of Marquette University's Department of Political Science on the Web site Pro-Death Penalty.
PREJEAN DOESN'T shy away from naming names and speaking truth to power, as shown in her critical treatment of the pro-death penalty viewpoints of U.
Japanese on both sides of the issue attribute the pro-death penalty tilt of contemporary public opinion partly to deep-rooted cultural and religious norms.
Reid characterizes President Bush as "a pro-death penalty of man swaggering into the White House," I sense that he's not so much reporting on negative European judgments as lending his own support to them.
She said: "In Huntsville the majority of the people were pro-Bush and pro-death penalty.
All of his attorneys have argued that Abu-Jamal was given the following: an unfair trial by a pro-death penalty and pro-police judge, an ineffective defense attorney, and a sentencing hearing that emphasized his less-than-two-year-membership in the Black Panther Party.
I'm interested to know whether we're going to deny the sacrament to those who are pro-death penalty.
EXILE: Nafee Mohammed; IT'S THEIR CALL: Pro-death penalty Bush says Iraqis must decide
Blank and Jensen report that conservatives who have seen the play have come up to them afterwards and announced that they were pro-death penalty before walking in but now are rethinking their position.