I wonder if they keep separate books to make sure the money goes to the right place…
Legislation introduced this week would kill Title V abstinence-only-until-marriage funding originally allowed to expire in 2009 only to be resurrected in health reform legislation.
Republican supporters of this bill and their witnesses repeatedly asserted in the hearing that abortion is never necessary to save a woman’s life. That is simply not true.
A federal appeals court temporarily lifted the ban on funding for stem cell research today.
The primary care physician leading the Montana “personhood” campaign is under multiple investigations for Medicaid fraud: She allegedly insisted that patients pray with her.
Early indications are that the Senate health reform bill introduced by Majority Leader Harry Reid preserves the “status quo” and does not include a version of the Stupak amendment.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and its allies distorted the facts by claiming that the proposed system under the House bill would use federal dollars to cover abortions. They’re wrong.
Wanna know which Dems voted to give away your rights by passing the Stupak amendment in the health reform bill? Here’s a list of the 64 who voted yes.
House Democratic leaders will allow an up-or-down vote on an amendment
blocking any money in its healthcare overhaul from funding abortions,
risking the votes of members who support abortion rights.
The Department of Health and Human Services Monday released a proposal that allows any federal grant recipient to obstruct a woman’s access to contraception. In order to do this, the Department is attempting to redefine many forms of contraception as abortion.