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D.C. Budget Autonomy Passes, What’s Next for Abortion Funding Remains Unclear

The House of Representatives is expected Thursday to vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act Thursday—the 37th time the Republican-dominated body has voted to defund, repeal, or otherwise dismantle the law.

Now that the voters have spoken, what’s going to happen next?

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House Judiciary Committee Passes D.C. Abortion Ban With No Exceptions for Fetal Anomalies or Health of the Mother

Phoenix New Times.

H.R. 3803, sponsored by Congressman Trent Franks (R-AZ), denies a woman access to a medically necessary abortion and includes no exceptions for situations where continuing a pregnancy will place at risk a woman’s health or ability to have children in the future.

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The Issa Hearing Redux: Arizona Rep. Franks Seeks to Control D.C.’s Abortion Policy But Won’t Let D.C. Rep. Norton Speak

Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton. [img src]

An Arizona Congressman is pushing for an abortion ban on the citizens of Washington, D.C.  But the woman who represents that constituency isn’t allowed to be there.

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