abortion on demand

abortion on demand

the absence of restrictive legal statutes giving a woman the right to terminate a pregnancy at her request. That right may be limited by time of gestation, or it may pertain to any period of gestation.
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In order to be considered an EMILY's List candidate, the candidate must also support compelling the use of tax dollars to pay for abortion on demand.
Over 90% of both groups did not agree with abortion on demand, but only one quarter had moral or religious objections, and fewer than one in ten refused to perform abortions because of the law.
In Britain, abortion on demand is available only until the twenty-fourh week.
The end of abortion on demand has started," he said to the tens of thousands of people who attended the rally.
Catholic public officials who consistently support abortion on demand are cooperating with evil in a public manner.
Wade Supreme Court abortion decision, "says she wants the ruling that allowed abortion on demand to be overturned," reported the LifeNews.
But we have not been frowning on childbearing, fighting for abortion on demand until moments before birth or generally scorning the views of the public.
Twenty-eight years of abortion on demand has brought us horrors few imagined possible - abortion for reasons of gender selection, late-term abortions, partial-birth abortions and live birth abortions.
Lacking abortion on demand in any other instance, Mexican women undergo an estimated 1 million illegal abortions a year performed in appallingly unsafe, back-alley conditions.
A senior consultant has enraged anti-abortion campaigners by publicly admitting that doctors are flouting the law by performing abortion on demand.
That dispute arose under the previous Liberal administration which favoured abortion on demand.