antiabortion

an·ti·a·bor·tion

 (ăn′tē-ə-bôr′shən, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Opposed to abortion: the antiabortion movement.

an′ti·a·bor′tion·ist n.

an•ti•a•bor•tion

(ˌæn ti əˈbɔr ʃən, ˌæn taɪ-)

adj.
opposed to abortion or the legalization of abortion.
[1965–70]
an`ti•a•bor′tion•ist, n.
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House minority leader Nancy Pelosi affirmed shortly thereafter that there should be no abortion litmus test for Democratic candidates, saying that she would not throw the members of her family who were antiabortion Catholics out of the party.
Schoen explores how the fetal body came to occupy the central space in abortion politics; and how abortion providers developed professional standards in the 1970s and 1980s, in competition with the rise of the women's health movement and feminist-run clinics on the one hand and the escalation of antiabortion protests on the other.
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He was shot to death 2 months later by an antiabortion activist.
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For example, antiabortion advocates called her unfit for the HHS post after her April 23 veto of controversial state legislation that would have increased reporting requirements on late-term abortions and left physicians who perform abortions open to civil litigation if the abortion was later deemed illegal.
Meanwhile, antiabortion MPs, led by Birkenhead's Frank Field, were stopped from attempting to set up a committee to report on whether to cut the 24-week abortion time limit.
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