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However, the abortion ratio has not changed from 2005 to 2008 (22 abortions per 100 pregnancies).
First and foremost, the desire to make abortion "rare" or "less needed" creates an immediate judgment about abortion.
About 90% of those involved RU486, a two-drug abortion technique that employs RU486 and the prostaglandin misoprostol.
Gragnani's article on the search to establish a middle ground in the abortion debate highlighted the "95-10 Initiative" of Democrats for Life (DFLA).
Given this situation, such laws may lead to higher rates of birth and delayed abortion among women younger than 18.
Rather than go to court, Becky had an illegal abortion.
Prime Minister Jean Chretien, in his last election campaign, prided himself on the fact that abortion was no longer an issue in Canada, as it was in the United States.
And neither state's abortion ban would make an exception for the 14-year-old girl raped by her uncle or the neighborhood pedophile.
like others addressing the March for Life, noted the overwhelming prevalence of youth in the crowd and urged the young people to increase their efforts against abortion.
Pro-life politicians were losing elections, defecting, or assuring voters that abortion was constitutionally untouchable.
Abortion rights are a growing political and health issue in Latin America, a region with some of the most restrictive laws and high incidences of illegal abortions.