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pro-choice

noun abortion advocate, accepting abortion, approving abortion, endorsing abortion, in favor of abortion, pro-abortion, sanctioning abortion, supporting legalized abortion, supportive of abortionGenerally: self-determination
Associated concepts: abortion on demand, legalized aborrion, spontaneous abortion, voluntary abortion
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She urged abortion rights supporters in Massachusetts to continue to be active in protecting abortion rights and to be a part of the national movement.
The political and media focus on abortion and reproductive rights over the past year may have had a hand in the increased number of Americans who say they have moral objections to abortion rights.
A new national survey commissioned by Abortion Rights and carried out by NOP confirms that the campaign has broad public support.
Anne Quesney, Abortion Rights director, said: "Forty years ago we were on the eve of a vote which would transform women's lives.
Michelman ended up in the abortion rights debate because she saw what unwanted births did to mothers and kids.
I'm certainly not recommending any backsliding on Democrats' actual support for abortion rights," Blustain wrote.
Large majorities believe that conservatives favor moral values, cutting taxes, and oppose same-sex marriage, gay rights, and abortion rights.
Most of the march speakers focused their comments on abortion rights, she says, marginalizing the broader message organizers had fought so hard to bring about.
dispute over pro-choice Roman Catholic politicians receiving communion, saying a Catholic who supports abortion rights "is not fit" to take the sacrament.
Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry vowed yesterday to champion abortion rights if elected, even as the Vatican signalled its disapproval of the position of the senator, who is a Roman Catholic.
ABORTION RIGHTS AND ACCESS TO CONtraceptives won public acceptance in the 1970s in part because supporters managed to frame the debate.
Likewise, quite a few abortion rights supporters now believe that the federalization of abortion rights via Roe v.