pro-choice

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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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"They illustrate what a President can do on his or her own to protect and promote a woman's right to choose," Michelman told World-Wide News Service.
We know that Al Gore will be a strong, effective and determined leader in the fight to protect a woman's right to choose. E The next President will likely appoint two, perhaps three Supreme Court Justices and countless federal judges.
On November 9, the Liberal Party officially announced it "supports a woman's right to choose" LifeSite Nov.
After claiming falsely that this was a "procedural" vote, Gore went on to say, "If I'm entrusted with the presidency and entrusted with defending a woman's right to choose, I will defend a woman's right to choose, including where the Republican candidates are all saying that they'll probably be able to appoint the next three justices of the Supreme Court, you know, this is very much an issue in this election.
They do not want a party that does not support a woman's right to choose...."
They do not want a party that does not support a woman's right to choose." The Archbishop deplored the Prime Minister's pro-abortion stance, saying that he had written him about it but had not heard back from him.
By the 1970s the next generation had enshrined a 'woman's right to choose' abortion, thus making it legally possible to be rid of the natural fruit of the sexual act.
"It is in the public interest to prevent the (law) from taking effect and thereby protect a woman's right to choose," the New York Times quoted her.
For example, the leader of the Liberal Party in Ontario, Dalton McGuinty, a Catholic, said in December 1996 that he believes "in a woman's right to choose." If that is truly his conviction, he is now a heretic.
"It's quite true that I an a Roman Catholic but I can tell you that as a public representative I represent Protestants, Muslims, Jews, atheists, Roman Catholics, half of whom by the way believe in a woman's right to choose. I am not prepared to let any one religion impose its beliefs on the rest of the population.
Activist Euan Purchase works for Aileen Campbell, the Scottish Government's Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Local Government, backed Bill Mills's stance saying it was party policy to back a woman's right to choose.
When Wheaton College's first tenured black female professor was dismissed for wearing a hijab in "solidarity with my Muslim neighbor," when Franklin Graham declared carrying guns was a God-given right, when Evangelical leaders began praising and defending our current amoral, misogynistic president who sides with dictators, foments intolerance and denies climate change and when my friends started declaring LGBTQ rights and a woman's right to choose should be rescinded -- I realized my All-American city no longer made me feel protected and secure.