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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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The response of pro-abortion commentators to the President's remarks are telling.
How can the pro-abortion movement acknowledge the existence of a soul but not its individual value?
Many of them such as UNICEF, are pro-abortion. 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.
Florida Right to Life is "beyond thrilled" that "Governor Rick Scott took on long time pro-abortion incumbent Senator Bill Nelson and shocked the nation with his stunning victory," said Lynda Bell, president of Florida Right to Life.
Lila Rose, president and founder of the pro-life group Live Action, said in a March 1 e-mail to Breitbart.com that Planned Parenthood's announced pro-abortion campaign spending spree should prompt new calls to defund the billion-dollar abortion business.
Five minutes after Barack Hussein Obama became President, the White House website changes from pro-life to pro-abortion.
Millions upon millions of dollars were spent by pro-abortion groups to defeat our pro-life candidates.
Senator from Pennsylvania a "Pro-Life Fraud." The leaflets highlighted, among other points, the fact that Santorum had "a long and storied history of campaigning for radical pro-abortion candidates" such as former Sen.