One Democrat supported a bill introduced by Texas Republicans that would prohibit state agencies from penalizing workers who refuse to provide services based on religious belief.
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Trump administration official Diane Foley has an extensive history of anti-choice and abstinence-only advocacy before joining HHS.
Trump first implemented and expanded the global gag rule on day one of his administration.
As a physician whose job it is to care for my patients, I won’t stop asking why this administration is so fiercely invested in controlling reproductive decisions domestically and abroad.
Democrats on the HELP committee join a growing chorus of congressional criticism of the "gag rule," which is set to go into effect on May 3.
Anti-abortion activists routinely use words like “violation” and “fail” to describe minor deficiencies at abortion clinics, making some administrative errors look like gross violations of patient safety.