It won't be to determine whether partial-birth abortion is ever necessary.
It will be to determine whether each partial-birth abortion was necessary.
First, he used the painful issue of partial-birth abortion to suggest that the President was not only wrong, but bad.
"I still very much believe that states have the right to restrict partial-birth abortion," she said.
Defense of the medical procedure that critics call partial-birth abortion, he said, "was not right with the American people."
In that case, it might fit the law's description of a partial-birth abortion.
In 2003 he voted against a bill that would have banned all partial-birth abortions.
The bill would allow the procedure, which critics call partial-birth abortion, only if a woman's life were in danger.
For example, ending the the dreadful practice of partial-birth abortions.
Over the years, an important question has remained unanswered: how many partial-birth abortions are actually done?