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termination

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failure of a plan

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The greatest increase in facilities offering chemical abortions, however, were what Guttmacher terms "other clinics""sites where fewer than half of patient visits are for abortion services.
In 1998-1999, minors in Texas had an average of 5,769 conceptions each year that ended in abortion and 28,096 that ended in birth.
Another judge in Ohio refused to grant permission for an abortion to a seventeen year-old college-bound student because she "had not had enough hard knocks in her life.
In Britain, abortion on demand is available only until the twenty-fourh week.
They also pointed out that even Planned Parenthood and other abortion advocates acknowledge that fewer and fewer doctors are willing to perform abortions, and many abortion mills have closed down over the past several years.
She was treated badly by men, especially her first husband, but she defended all the harassers and adulterers--Bill Clinton, Bob Packwood, Chuck Robb--who stood with her for abortion rights.
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.
Latin American women should have access to safe and legal abortion, whether they can pay for it or not.
In domestic policy, Bush and the Republicans are picking up where they left off in November, when they rammed through a law that allows for-profit hospitals, HMOs, and other health care companies receiving federal funds to bar their physicians from even discussing abortion with their patients.
Scientific and social progress has changed that: Even as reliable contraception and legal abortion allowed women to control reproduction, their ability to hold absentee fathers financially liable was enhanced by new methods of establishing paternity and by friendlier laws.
During the event, numerous speakers called for violence against abortion clinics, approved of murdering abortion providers and made jokes about killing homosexuals.
Contraception and abortion became a natural focus for state intervention.
A history of depression, therefore, may raise the likelihood of subsequent sadness and regret in any woman with an unintended pregnancy, whether or not she gets an abortion.
In case of a medical problem, which was not detected until it became life threatening, abortion was too late anyway to save the woman.