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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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Prior to 2009, the pro-choice side almost always predominated, including in the mid-1990s by a substantial margin.
Ollie Wannell, a pro-choice advocate, (Cardiff's postgraduate officer and a past union vice president) sums up democracy in action, when he spoke against the motion at the meeting, said, " I believe that those who are pro-life should have an equal opportunity to voice their opinion and enter the debate on an equal level with me.
STATION OF THE CROSS Pro-choice demo at Connolly Station, Dublin, yesterday
By contrast when we last reported on Gallup at the end of May, there was a one point margin: 47% self-identified as pro-choice to 46% pro-life.
There's just one opportunity to elect a pro-choice Democratic woman governor in 2012, and it's in New Hampshire, where former state Sen.
But, while attempts to roll back access to abortion and contraception services -- in particular, the morning-after pill, which is often incorrectly identified as an "abortion pill" -- are associated almost exclusively with Republicans, Gallup reports the decline in pro-choice views was seen across the political spectrum.
Combs is anti-abortion but pro-choice, and has said Roe v.
I can shed light on this question that still lingers in the minds of pro-choice voters because Dudley sent a letter in June to Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon that reveals he is not, in fact, pro-choice.
The White House asked for examples of community-based programs already succeeding in these areas and announced a series of meetings over the next few months that would include advocates from both the pro-choice and pro-life movements, as well as representatives from government agencies and Congress.
The Gallup poll released Friday also marks a massive shift from one year ago, when 50 percent of Americans called themselves pro-choice, and just 44 percent said they were pro-life.
I'm pro-choice, and that means supporting a woman's private decision to have no babies - or to have 14 babies if her body is up to it.
I've followed the pro-choice versus pro-life issue for years, and I'll admit I've been influenced by Planned Parenthood's PR, especially while I lived in New York City.
GIULIANI'S PRO-CHOICE TIGHTROPE (Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles)
Throughout the summer, polls showed Laffey positioned to do what Toomey couldn't: oust a pro-choice, pro-tax R/NO ("Republican in Name Only") and send the GOP establishment reeling.
Tim Ryan, the pro-life Democrat most associated with the bill, spent over a year trying to get prolife and pro-choice Democrats on board.