Rep. Steve King (R-IA) characterized abortion care as a “tragedy for any life, no matter what color,” but ultimately found as much fault with Black Americans who make the reproductive health-care decision as those who advocate on behalf of civil rights.
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New research on a similar law in Ohio, which also forced doctors to follow outdated FDA labeling, showed that patients experienced twice as many side effects and were three times as likely to need additional treatment to end their pregnancies.
"We know patients forgo paying rent and their bills," Nancy R. Starner, director of development and communications with Preterm, said of the struggle to pay for abortion care in the absence of Medicaid coverage."We know patients who pawn or sell their possessions, or take odd jobs—just to pay for the health care that should be their right."
Democratic lawmakers once again blasted the so-called Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives' targeting of a firm that processes human fetal tissue for medical research.
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Whether or not you agree with Trump's proposals, there's no denying they follow a long succession of anti-immigrant policies introduced by Democrats and Republicans alike.