pro-life


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

pro-life

Pro-choice, see there.
References in periodicals archive ?
It hasn't always been this way, with Democrat equaling pro-choice and Republican equaling pro-life, Day says.
Pro-life Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land opposes abortion on demand, and opposes taxpayer funding of abortion.
Additionally, nonwhites (including blacks, other minority races, and Hispanics) are more likely to be pro-life than are whites; and the same is true of adults 35 and older versus those aged 18 to 34; and mid- to low-income versus upper-income Americans.
Senate, against the more conservative, pro-life Pat Toomey, was a devastating blow to the pro-life cause.
But this has to be understood in terms of the fact that the pro-life struggle is at the epicentre of a culture war.
In a perfect world, all public officials would be pro-life in the full meaning of that term," says Tom Allio, senior director for the Cleveland Diocese's Social Action Office.
If there's a reason why pro-life groups are quick to seize on a case like Holly's - and why their opponents hope to wish it away - it's because it exposes that lie all too visibly.
The Pro-Life Campaign received EUR270,000 from donations and spent EUR350,000 and the Pro-Life Alliance spent around EUR25,000.
This was true as well in 1985 and 1988 but with the Webster decision their pro-life sentiment escalated.
Pro-life groups mistakenly apply one of the Ten Commandments--"You shall not kill"--to a fetus.
After all, from the pro-choice point of view, women faced with unwanted pregnancies were given another option to choose; from the pro-life point of view, each baby born and adopted was a life saved.
For the MPD, much of the intelligence information gained on pro-life organizers came from their opposition.