proabortion

Related to proabortion: Pro Choice, Pro Life

proabortion

(ˌprəʊəˈbɔːʃən)
adj
in favour of the medical provision of abortion
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The increasingly extreme proabortion positions taken by Democrats can be expected to further alienate Hispanics, who tend to be more pro-life than the average voter.
Anne Scanlan, director of education at Life, said: "Life has on many occasions been impeded in its right to freedom of expression on university campuses because of the actions of student unions some of which have adopted a proabortion policy.
Tired of strictly playing defense, over the last month the pro-abortion lobby claims that 2017 saw a surge of proabortion bills.
It certainly is not a new word, but the publishers said there were spikes in lookups of the word in their online dictionary, spurred by such events as the Women's March on Washington and other cities of the world early in the year, and US President Donald Trump's spokesperson Kellyanne Conway declaring she was not a feminist if feminism meant being antimale and proabortion. Spikes in lookups also went up with the release of the movie 'Wonder Woman' and a cable TV series 'The Handmaid's Tale.' Then came the series of exposes of sexual misconduct, mainly by rich and powerful men harassing women.
Jeremy Coburn the leader of these three Cardiff MPs said on April 26 in the Commons that the Conservatives were strong against the weak and weak against the strong, these three Cardiff proabortion MPs are likewise regarding unborn children, strong against the unborn and weak against those who vote and end the lives of unborn babies.
Chiefly, I don't believe that it's possible to fully understand the aftermath of Roe by depending mostly on materials associated with major, mainstream, largely white anti- and proabortion organizations.
My argument back in the days when The Cider House Rides was published was there isn't a proabortion movement, there's a prochoice movement.
27, 2013) to explain that the burden does not require the plaintiffs to take any supportive action); Briscoe, 2013 WL 755413, at *5 (finding no substantial burden because the mandate does not requires the corporate owner to "personally endorse, support, or engage in proabortion or pro-contraception activity [and] does not prevent [the owner] from personally opposing abortion and contraception"); Korte I, 912 F.
The priest's statement of claim argued he was defamed by being called "proabortion" and by being represented as a "renegade" who is the "shame of the Church." The claim also accused LifeSiteNews of factual errors found in several stories.
Students at University College, London, have voted to force Catholic organizations on campus to invite proabortion speakers to pro-life discussions, in order to "ensure that there is a balance to the argument."
foreign assistance funds to pay for abortions, known as the Helms amendment, antiabortion activists unaccountably but consistently have insisted that the program is not antiabortion enough and is even somehow "proabortion."
As is to be expected, Spain's Episcopal Conference has manifest thorough disapproval of the law, stating that the government is attempting to impose "a proabortion, gender ideology on the obligatory educational system." Likewise, a group of similarly minded civil society organizations has kicked off a campaign urging the Constitutional Tribunal to pass its ruling as soon as possible and suspend the law in the meantime "because it is clearly unconstitutional."