HB 351 would prohibit insurance policies from covering abortions except in the case of ectopic pregnancies, and could effectively ban coverage of birth control pills, intrauterine devices (IUDs), and emergency contraception.
Anti-choicers are trying to accuse liberals of hypocrisy because the health insurance exchanges let people know “unborn children” are included in coverage. But the only hypocrites here are people who claim to support life but are trying to demonize attempts to get pregnant women health coverage.
Anti-choice activists are trying to eliminate the right to choose, and are willing to destroy the state health care exchange in the process.
Rapert knows his heartbeat ban is constitutionally sound. He just can’t tell you who told him so.
Georgia wants to join the flood of states trying to force women to give birth by making abortion unaffordable.
Today the ACLU of Kansas and Western Missouri brought a challenge against my home state’s ban on comprehensive insurance coverage of abortion. The case was brought on behalf of the ACLU’s members who are losing their abortion coverage as a result of the law – I am one of those members.
For months we’ve said the misleadingly-named No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act (H.R. 3) would raise taxes on individuals, families, and small businesses. Grover Norquist agrees.
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