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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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How can the pro-abortion movement acknowledge the existence of a soul but not its individual value?
Overall, there are 23 vulnerable pro-abortion Democrat seats compared to 61 vulnerable pro-life Republican seats so far this year.
Lilianne Ploumen, the Dutch foreign trade minister who has taken charge of the pro-abortion effort, said, Its fantastic to see how the funding gap is shrinking month by month.
And, to our knowledge, Canada's foreign policy, which under Liberal governments fully supported United Nations' pro-abortion policies, has not been changed so far by the Conservatives, after four years in power.
One might argue, of course, that an anti-abortion law will not have all or any of these negative effects, and the theoretical lawmaker would likely be labeled a disobedient, pro-abortion Catholic--and might even be denied Communion.
The pro-abortion march is being organised by Planned Parenthood and other pro-choice groups in America.
This may be inconvenient for some pro-abortion Catholic politicians, but that's tough titties.
The ACLJ already has heard from nearly 25,000 Americans who have signed on to a petition opposing this pro-abortion ordinance.
They have pledged to spend $3 million in the race supporting Northam, whose record in the state Assembly was solidly pro-abortion.
Much of the pro-abortion campaign money will flow through the Planned Parenthood Action Fund and Planned Parenthood Votes.
House of Representatives Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi (Catholic, pro-abortion, pro-SSM) declares that contraception is now part of the U.
In the 1994 elections, not a single pro-life incumbent lost - but 24 pro-abortion candidates lost.