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Antonyms for pro-choice

advocating a woman's right to control her own body (especially her right to an induced abortion)

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org/fact-sheet/state-facts-about-abortion-new-york) Guttmacher Institute , a nonprofit organization that supports abortion rights.
Casey, in which the court held that a law placing an "undue burden" on abortion rights is not permissible.
Too few proponents of abortion rights are singing Pollitt's tune.
Many of the strategies, organizations, and arguments for abortion rights in Argentina emerged and developed there.
He said most abortion rights cases before then had been argued by men.
According to the Wall Street Journal/NBC Poll, seven in 10 Americans said that the Supreme Court should not overturn its landmark decision establishing abortion rights.
WASHINGTON * The American archbishop who heads the Vatican's supreme court said Catholic politicians who support abortion rights should not receive the sacraments, including funeral rites, according to a report by a conservative Catholic Web site.
President Barack Obama has nominated appellate court judge Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, but observers are waiting to see what her presence on the court could mean for abortion rights.
A poll commissioned by campaigning group Abortion Rights found 52 per cent supported a change in the law to allow either for the permission of one doctor or no doctors before under going a termination.
President-elect Daniel Ortega, who once supported abortion rights, changed his stance during the recent elections to court voter support from the heavily Catholic constituents.
Abortion rights advocates contend that although they present themselves as neutral clinical facilities, they are driven by a conservative agenda and aim to confuse and frighten vulnerable women.
While Americans seem sharply divided on abortion, with most studies showing roughly half favoring abortion rights and half opposing abortion, it all depends how you ask the question.
Twenty years ago, Kate Michelman came to Washington to take the helm of the National Abortion Rights Action League.
Officials with Planned Parenthood, which has been campaigning against the measure - along with several other groups that favor abortion rights - said the agency is concerned that the proposition would result in more harm than benefit.
Abortion rights are a growing political and health issue in Latin America, a region with some of the most restrictive laws and high incidences of illegal abortions.