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These and the 16 other essays in Solinger's book contain a wealth of historical, legal, political and philosophical information about abortion, but anti-abortion activists won't find much fodder here.
Texas women deserve access to the health care that is best for them and their personal circumstances - not abortion restrictions pushed by extreme anti-abortion organizations," said Amanda Allen, senior state legislative counsel for the Center for Reproductive Rights, after one sweeping abortion measure passed through the Texas Legislature this year.
Most leaders of the anti-abortion movement don't blame Trump for what they perceive as a lack of progress; they fault Republicans in Congress for inaction.
As the anti-abortion group grew from about eight to 12 people, swaying and reciting Bible verses, abortion rights advocates shouted directly behind them.
He called on the anti-abortion movement to escalate its rhetoric and employ "confrontational" tactics.
said the measure unfairly and unlawfully targets a single group of individuals - anti-abortion activists.
With former Elim classmate Randall Terry, Schenck helped start Operation Rescue, a hardline anti-abortion group that embraced "direct action" in an effort to shut down reproductive health clinics and prevent doctors from practicing abortion.
Both proand anti-abortion campaigners agree that the current law - which dates from 1942 - is full of loopholes.
Mainstream anti-abortion groups won't back the campaign against a booklet by the fpa, formerly the Family Planning Association.
The correct term for anti-abortion activists, it turns out, is racketeers - or, if you prefer, extortionists.
Abortion providers and clinic workers in BC have been targeted with increasing terror tactics in recent months including the near-fatal sniper shooting of a Vancouver gynecologist last fall, a blood-written warning on a clinic door, and the revelation that a police officer active in the anti-abortion movement used the RCMP computer to trace home addresses of clinic workers from their license plates.