Pagliuca, however, said the current Hyde amendment law already prohibits use of federal funds for abortion and the health care bill would not force a new era of back-alley
Stupak says he can understand why some of his pro-choice colleagues voted to allow abortions to be performed in military hospitals overseas in order to avoid the inevitable alternative of back-alley
There is a terrifying scene of a back-alley
abortionists, who would kill for profit, were rightly regarded as reprobates.
Sequentially, the doors open, revealing couples dancing, soldiers practicing marching, and glimpses of back-alley
life, then shut again; the viewer, too, has to "dance" in a circle in order to take in the unfolding action.
Every time the government attempted to regulate the gin trade, plebeians rioted in the streets, preachers thundered in pulpits and pamphlets, and, in back-alley
dram shops, things continued much as they had before.
In which our man in Washington learns about conservative sex, Thomas Jefferson's HMO woes, and back-alley
Wilbur Larch (the movingly restrained Cohn Meaney) is a turn-of-the-century obstetrician and orphanage director whose horror at back-alley
butchery moves him to become an abortionist as well.
Lacking abortion on demand in any other instance, Mexican women undergo an estimated 1 million illegal abortions a year performed in appallingly unsafe, back-alley
Programming Donald Byrd's bombastic, aggressive back-alley
Subtext Rage on the heels of the twentieth-century masterpiece from which he quotes on several occasions was probably a mistake.
Will a black market arise, from which the poor can get back-alley
Like other women who survived back-alley
abortions, Fadiman told no one of this experience for many years.
The image of a coat hanger, symbol of the thousands and thousands of dangerous back-alley
abortions, became the centerpiece of the pro-choice argument.