Two of the organizations receiving federal teen pregnancy prevention funding promote medication abortion reversal, which the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists considers "unproven and unethical.”
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Women using Medicaid, particularly those who are Black or Latina, may be disproportionately funneled into Catholic facilities by their insurance plans, a new paper in the journal Contraception found.
Two months before the Obria Group got a $1.7 million family planning grant, its CEO emailed supporters to promise it would "never provide hormonal contraception."
The Family Research Council has ingratiated itself with the administration, which could mean devastating consequences for the country's most vulnerable people.
Democrats' pushback against the so-called gag rule includes Hyde Amendment language restricting federal funding for abortion care.
Even in states most hostile to reproductive rights, less than one quarter of respondents favor a total ban on abortion.