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  • Info Abortion is the ending of pregnancy by the removal or forcing out from the womb of a fetus or embryo before it is able to survive on its own. more...
  • She does not tell him that she had two abortions before their relationship.
  • He believed that states should be able to author their own abortion policies.
  • Women living in rural areas are still having issues with access to abortions.
  • Where abortion is safe and legal, no one is forced to have one.
  • She claimed the second abortion left her unable to bear children.
  • They are also more likely to carry the baby to term rather than have an abortion.
  • Abortion was often a solution for women who already had children and did not want more.
  • This is about late term abortions for just about any reason.
  • This is about late term abortions for just about any reason.
  • He maintained that position later in his political career, writing extensively about abortion.
  • She told him she could no longer continue assisting women in getting abortions.
  • These changes expanded the previous law, which had allowed legal abortions in four limited circumstances.
  • As president, he did not support increased federal funding for abortion services.
  • She has mentioned having had at least two abortions, one of which occurred while she was in college.
  • Many towns and cities did not have any hospital that provided abortions.
  • Some women also travel to another jurisdiction or country where they may obtain an abortion.
  • He continued to perform abortions, however, along with his regular medical practice, up until the trial.
  • Legal protection of access to abortion has been brought into some countries where abortion is legal.
  • He does not support abortions being legal in all cases.
  • Many, but not all, of these allow legal abortions in a variety of circumstances.
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Meaning of abortion

  • noun Termination of pregnancy