Until we have more insight about the reasons for the 25 percent decrease in the national abortion rate, the abortion rate is just that: a number.
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Thousands of Tennesseans were removed from a federal Medicare Savings Program because they didn’t complete paperwork. State officials say they mailed a warning—but advocates say few received notice.
Thursday's executive orders are only the latest attempts to deny millions of people vital care.
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“We do not turn anyone away.”
Access to care is especially critical in a state ravaged by the opioid crisis.
The president got props for expanding the global gag rule and gave props to conservative Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and the Catholic nuns who challenged the Affordable Care Act's birth control benefit.