pro-choice

(redirected from Abortion-rights movement)
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advocating a woman's right to control her own body (especially her right to an induced abortion)

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But the emotion that marked the abortion-rights movement's early days, the passion that spoke to people where they live, is by and large gone.
As the abortion-rights movement has increased its influence over the party's nominating process, it has become almost impossible for Democrats seeking office--Catholic or otherwise--to express any qualms about abortion.
Jim Hodges has consistently led the abortion-rights movement in the House Judiciary Committee...." He attempted to gut a parental consent bill through procedural votes, but voted for final passage when it became obvious the bill would pass.
I aborted at home, so that if he were caught, he would be able to prove that the process had been initiated before he became involved." (To learn more about Fadiman's trilogy on the abortion-rights movement, write Tamar Williams, Concentric Media, 5801 Williamsburg Blvd., Arlington, VA 22207.
The Associated Press, which alerts most press outlets in town on breaking news, immediately circulated a story saying an "explosion" had "shaken" the nearby Planned Parenthood office, a leading voice in the abortion-rights movement.