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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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Indeed, the pro-choice movement has started to experiment with such an approach.
The pro-choice movement never defends abortion as an inherent good.
Wade, Time magazine ran a cover story emphasizing the decline of access to abortion services and the fragmentation of the pro-choice movement in the United States.
The pro-choice movement protects the rights of all women to determine what they do with their bodies.
It is promising for the pro-choice movement that popular news and lifestyle internet portals, such as onet.
But I'm not so convinced that attempts to demystify abortion help to support the pro-choice movement when considered within the context of public policy.
Hendershott critizes the pro-choice movement for trying to suppress information that might injure its cause.
How the Pro-Choice Movement Saved America: Sex, Virtue and the Way We Live Now Cristina Page (Basic Books, 2006, 256pp)
Recent postings discuss contraception options, the pro-choice movement, Planned Parenthood clinics, pharmacies and contraception availability, and impending legislation to ban abortion in Mississippi.
Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL, the primary political arm of the pro-choice movement, had only this to say: "We have worked with Senator Reid on improving women's access to birth control and other health options.
Since 2001, the Canadian pro-choice movement has been trying to get the Canada Revenue Agency to audit anti-abortion groups and revoke their charitable tax status, with no success.
The problem with the pro-choice movement is that there's a sense that "Yes, it's my right, I want to have this abortion, but really, you know, I'd rather not.