right to choose


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right to choose

n.
The right to terminate a pregnancy by abortion.
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We are calling for a right to CHOOSE, not a blanket law as it stands now where everyone has to obey the minority rule whatever their own personal wishes and suffering.
Nawaz said, No one can deny me the right to choose my lawyer.
These same women deserve leaders who will stand up, unapologetically, and defend every woman's right to choose when, if and how to start a family, and that is why I keep fighting.
To retain professionalism in the teacher it is my right to choose Oxford or KLB to teach my chemistry class,' he said.
"We believe in your right to choose" as anti-monopoly watchdogs in Germany, Denmark, Norway, France, Italy and Finald do, the message also reads, nothing that the Commission for Protection of Competition in Bulgaria has nother opinion.
There is no right to choose which food you consume, but California law does allow the sale of raw milk in grocery stores.
Just half of patients are aware of their legal right to choose a hospital or clinic for an out-patient appointment, a new poll of 2,700 patients found.
The new Emir has promised British Prime Minister David Cameron that he will ensure Adam's own opinion is heard now he is 15 and has the legal right to choose where he wishes to stay.
Judith Donovan, chair, of the Keep Me Posted campaign, said: "I'm delighted that Principality has adopted the Right to Choose pledge.
We residents have the right to choose who represents us as councillors, so obviously residents like myself believed it was even more important to allow us a vote on who leads us at the very top in the chain of command.
IP9 is about individual freedom and a public employee's right to choose.
So, thank heaven for women such as Kirstie Allsopp and Amanda Holden, who, by risking the wrath of militant critics, are standing up and supporting all women in their right to choose what is best for their child.