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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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As a nation, then, Japan was slightly more likely than the state of California to sentence a killer to death during that time frame--but slightly less likely to do so than Virginia, which is considered one of the most pro-death penalty U.
He represented a body of pro-death penalty sentiment among blacks that has seldom been publicly heard during the great Tookie debate.
She takes on the pro-death penalty climate in the Southern "death belt" states--particularly in her home state of Louisiana, where most people "accept capital punishment with the air they breathe and the mosquitoes they swat.
Answers will vary, but a pro-death penalty argument might cite the numbers as a deterrent to potential killers.
After yesterday's verdict, victim Dean Meyer's brother Larry said: "We're not pro-death penalty but we're not against it either.
I was a thorn in the side of NOW from the beginning," says Bruce, who describes herself as a "gun-owning, openly gay, pro-choice, pro-death penalty, liberal feminist who voted for Ronald Reagan.
Dr Peggy Norris, chairman of anti-euthanasia group Alert, said: 'The next pressure will be for it to come to England and we will have our work cut out - no doubt our anti-life or pro-death people will latch on to this.
However, Terry's candidacy is also a referendum on his advocacy of violence and death, and if he gets the support he expects from so-called pro-life groups, they expose themselves to the charge of being pro-death.
Said Pollock, "When we asked people if they'd vote for a candidate who would eliminate the death tax or a pro-death tax candidate, voters' preference was clear.
Unique action of inhibiting pro-survival mechanisms and promoting pro-death mechanisms
Even pro-death penalty figures such as former Congressman Bob Barr, R-Ga.