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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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In New Hampshire, pro-life Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) will face a challenge by pro-abortion Governor Maggie Hassan (D).
Planned Parenthood" (PP) and "reproductive technologies" are euphemisms for pro-abortion policies, as most readers will know.
When Catholic legislators contradict fundamental teachings on the value of life, they separate themselves from the church and they give scandal to people who think because Catholic legislators can be pro-abortion, so can they.
Rather, regardless of whether they are pro-life or pro-abortion, Americans have been nearly unanimous on issues like partial-birth abortion.
McGregor is the only British celebrity included in Operation Witness's list of stars who Randall says have voiced support for the pro-abortion march.
Jessica DeBalzo, in an article for the pro-abortion blog RH Reality Check argues, ".
Frank and other pro-lifers have reminded voters that Santorum's campaign in Pennsylvania for pro-abortion Arlen Specter for the U.
Population Fund (UNFPA), pro-abortion Thoraya Obaid (Saudi Arabia), welcomes the Obama restoration of $40-60 million annually to UNFPA's coffers coercive population plan.
In the 1994 elections, not a single pro-life incumbent lost - but 24 pro-abortion candidates lost.
this upcoming weekend - to counter the pro-abortion message expected to be delivered at the upcoming March for Freedom of Choice.
The grand jury made it clear in its report that pro-abortion politics--specifically the pro-abortion stands of former Governors Tom Ridge and Ed Rendell--had given rise to a culture in which abortion facilities were not inspected, lawsuits against abortionists were ignored, and gross violations of law and human decency went unchallenged.