Abortion Debate: The Abortion Rights View Following the Supreme Court's decision to ban the medical procedure known by some as partial-birth abortion, abortion opponents and advocates of a woman's right to choose are pondering their next moves. An advocate of a woman's right to choose offers insights on strategy.
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Abortion Debate: The Abortion Rights View

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Abortion Debate: The Abortion Rights View

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Another Voice

Following the Supreme Court's decision to ban the medical procedure known by some as partial-birth abortion, abortion opponents and advocates of a woman's right to choose are pondering their next moves.

Nancy Northup, President of the Center for Reproductive Rights, offers a perspective from the abortion-rights camp.