"My body, my choice" has long been a rallying cry for abortion-rights advocates on the left, many of whom have recently been vocal supporters of the Democratic health care reform agenda. But as abortion advocates are now discovering, abortion rights aren't as easily compatible with health care reform as they might have once thought. As Associate Editor Peter Suderman writes, it turns out that the more government gets involved in health care, the more difficult it becomes to truly retain choices about one's body.
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