Figure skater Adam Rippon wants rainbow rubbers. Or the 2018 Games' condoms should be branded with the five rings, at least.
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“Dismantling services that keep millions of Americans healthy reveals this administration’s shameful priorities,” Dr. Willie Parker, an abortion provider and board chair of Physicians for Reproductive Health, said in response to the budget proposal.
Advocates say State Department officials misrepresented the consequences of the policy in presenting its six-month review.
And in other news, abortion restrictions are being challenged in Louisiana and Montana, and our national immigration agency just keeps being deplorable.
Through a new app, the state department of health is using public funding to legitimize the services and programs of organizations that do not provide comprehensive health-care services and actually spread misinformation—while overlooking groups that do provide comprehensive care.
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights warned that the bill could impose a "burdensome process” on people with disabilities to pursue legal action.