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Early medical abortion has become an integral part of abortion care," said Ms.
3) In the abortion context, women view their behavior to be stupid, irresponsible, immature, selfish, etc.
About 81% of what Guttmacher calls abortion clinics (those where at least half of patient visits were for abortions) offered chemical abortions in 2005, as did 29% of hospitals and physician's offices that did abortions.
The simple fact was that the bill included contraception as one of the ways to reduce the incidence of abortion and that alone was enough to cause defections from the prolife camp.
To examine this issue, researchers used data from birth and abortion certificates obtained from the Texas Department of State Health Services to compare changes in rates of abortion and birth among minors before and after the law took effect.
Rather than trying to ban abortion outright, which most politicians acknowledge the American public does not support, they instead chip away at the right to choose, one restriction at a time.
On March 6, Kay points out, Governor Mike Rounds of South Dakota signed into law a blanket abortion prohibition--the first such ban to be legislated since the American Supreme Court decided Roe v.
It won't be long before other conservative-leaning states start getting the hint and outlawing abortion, too.
Euthanasia took center stage alongside abortion this year, pushed to the fore by the court-ordered dehydration killing of Terri Schindler Schiavo.
Michelman ended up in the abortion rights debate because she saw what unwanted births did to mothers and kids.
Most Latin American countries do permit legal abortion in case of rape or to save a woman's life.
As a result, a woman in America today has far less freedom to have an abortion than a woman in America the day after Roe v.
Pro-choicers see legal abortion as essential to gender equality, a guarantee that a woman can enjoy sexual freedom just like a man, without an unwanted pregnancy disrupting her career or education.
During the event, numerous speakers called for violence against abortion clinics, approved of murdering abortion providers and made jokes about killing homosexuals.