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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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Some pro-choicers sidestep the legal and legislative thickets entirely.
I was hoping my research would end in my saying, "Now I understand why pro-choicers are upset" - but I don't.
In August 2002 a Philadelphia man, John Stachokus, obtained a temporary court injunction barring his former girlfriend Tanya Meyers from having an abortion--much to the dismay of feminists and pro-choicers, who called the decision "an abuse of the legal system" and "a disgrace.
Pro-life Catholics will have to put aside the theology that always gives precedence to the fetus; pro-choicers will have to put aside the theologizing of choice.
Richards, of course, vehemently disagrees, but it is interesting that Moyers (who more than once talks about pro-choicers losing) even raises the possibility.
But he has already begun putting tough pro-choicers in positions of influence.
But I think the story begins in 1993 when pro-choicers gained control of Washington.
What the pro-choicers are saying is that if we don't want to, we don't have to take responsibility in matters of pregnancy.
14 headline, ``Falwell blames ACLU, gays, pro-choicers for attacks,'' said it all.
Bush's choice of a pro-life running mate and Democratic flirtations with VP nominees who oppose partial-birth abortion has angered many pro-choicers, who had hoped to see the pro-life position nearly disappear in the campaign.
I don't know any pro-choicers who say, "There are two distinct human beings here - kill one.
Isaacson said she felt Puzder's column was "a brave invitation to pro-choicers to find a common solution.