pro-choice

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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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Meanwhile, back in Wisconsin, a district court sits at the ready, waiting for the case that will allow them to determine if there is a right to choose the foods you consume.
NHS England says it is important that patients are offered their legal right to choose.
For this reason, we are committed to providing members with the right to choose how they receive communications from us."
After all, he favors a woman's right to choose an abortion, a patient's right to choose assisted suicide at the end of life, and gays' and lesbians' right to choose to marry persons of the same sex.
Surely we should be supporting a woman's right to choose, not pressuring her to conform?
The Prime Minister said fair, free and transparent elections was a genuine recognition of people's right to choose government of their choice.
The HHS department has unveiled new guidance aimed at protecting hospital patients' right to choose their own visitors, including same-sex domestic partners.
The HHS has unveiled new guidance for protecting hospital patients' right to choose their own visitors, including same-sex domestic partners.
The restructuring is required by the third and fourth electricity market liberalisation package of the EU, aimed at giving power consumers the right to choose their power supplier.
Summary: All women, including Muslims, have every right to choose their dress code and no dictation with regard to this is acceptable, US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton told Zayed University students in the Capital.
However, once again, we could be about to see another effort to undermine our right to choose. The European Commission has proposed a new review of the Working Time Directive which will inevitably bring it back before the Parliament.
"We cited the Cassation Court order which stipulates that they have the right to choose their religion at the age of 15 and renders the administrative authority's right to change their religion without their consent illegitimate.