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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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Like Pollitt, as a long time abortion rights advocate I am troubled by the hypocrisy, lack of careful thinking, and disregard for women implied by the zygote-as-person arguments.
We examine discourse in support of abortion rights, an issue that has inspired increasing activist mobilization in Argentina and the rest of Latin America.
She urged abortion rights supporters in Massachusetts to continue to be active in protecting abortion rights and to be a part of the national movement.
Louis archdiocese until he was appointed prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura in 2008, is known as a forceful critic of public figures who support abortion rights and gay marriage.
Anne Quesney, Abortion Rights director, said: "Forty years ago we were on the eve of a vote which would transform women's lives.
Michelman ended up in the abortion rights debate because she saw what unwanted births did to mothers and kids.
The abortion rights movement and the rest of society are still lagging in their response to and/or awareness of the race and class injustices that limit the reproductive choices of women of color.
Back in December, American Prospect Deputy Editor Sarah Blustain wrote a column that could have been a blueprint for Democrats as they rethink their position on abortion rights.
Most of the march speakers focused their comments on abortion rights, she says, marginalizing the broader message organizers had fought so hard to bring about.
dispute over pro-choice Roman Catholic politicians receiving communion, saying a Catholic who supports abortion rights "is not fit" to take the sacrament.
Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry vowed yesterday to champion abortion rights if elected, even as the Vatican signalled its disapproval of the position of the senator, who is a Roman Catholic.
The late 1980s saw a strategy change in the abortion rights movement.