WASHINGTON, March 31, 2004 ( – The National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, NARAL Pro-Choice America, has announced its support Tuesday for Massachusetts Senator John Kerry. NARAL announced plans for a media campaign aimed at discrediting the pro-life efforts of President George W. Bush.  NARAL, which calls itself “the leading national advocate for personal privacy and a woman’s right to choose,” plans to underscore Bush’s ratification of the “first federal abortion ban in history,” as well as his choice of pro-life judges for the Supreme Court.

In a statement released to press, NARAL Pro-Choice America President Kate Michelman said, “The choice for pro-choice voters is clear – and the stakes could not be higher. If George Bush is re-elected, the future of reproductive freedom is in the hands of someone who has violated women’s privacy, criminalized women’s medical choices and pledged to do everything in his power to restrict safe and legal abortion.”“John Kerry will be a President pro-choice Americans can rely on,” Michelman continued. “He understands that our private lives are private, and will make sure that Roe vs. Wade remains the law of the land. Throughout his public life, Senator Kerry has been a leader on women’s issues such as protecting the right to choose and preventing domestic violence.”  Read coverage at:


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