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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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To retain professionalism in the teacher it is my right to choose Oxford or KLB to teach my chemistry class,' he said.
Just half of patients are aware of their legal right to choose a hospital or clinic for an out-patient appointment, a new poll of 2,700 patients found.
Judith Donovan, chair, of the Keep Me Posted campaign, said: "I'm delighted that Principality has adopted the Right to Choose pledge.
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.
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.
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.
1 : the power or right to choose <Children have an option between milk or juice.
I've said repeatedly, that I will not, that my Conservative government will not be tabling any legislation impacting in any way a woman's right to choose.
NWHN supports women's right to choose what's best for them when they're dealing with their health.
They unveiled a poster saying: "1707 - No right to choose.
The NHL has not publicly stated any support for Malkin, but deputy commissioner Bill Daly said the league believes any player should have the right to choose where he wants to play as long as he is legally free to do so.
It was 1988, fifteen years after Roe declared that the constitutional right to privacy guaranteed a woman's right to choose abortion safely and legally.
The abortion debate is not just about a woman's right to choose whether to have a baby; it's also about a woman's right to choose which baby she wants to have.