"We will be funding the original grantees for the next year under the previous criteria [set by the Obama administration]," a spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services told the Hill.
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At the Religious Liberty Summit, Department of Justice attorneys assured attendees they are protecting the religious rights of everyone in the United States, while conservative Christian politicians and advocates voiced a need for stepped-up federal protections beyond those they already enjoy.
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"Today I want to ... paint a picture of how much more unequal life would be for women in the United States of America should Judge Kavanaugh be confirmed."
“This administration is prioritizing religious beliefs over patients’ access to care,” said Gretchen Borchelt, NWLC vice president for reproductive rights and health. “It’s a perversion of HHS’ mission that cannot be ignored.”
When I hear people bemoan the so-called sad plight of the only child, I remember how often I longed for the safety of being one.