“If Idaho is able to do this, it will mean other … states will do the same thing. If a state can ignore federal law on this, it can ignore federal law on everything.”
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Four separate lawsuits allege the Trump administration is unlawfully pushing abstinence-only sex education policies.
In states where GOP lawmakers have not expanded Medicaid access, "the families we are talking about who would be subject to the work requirement are really the poorest families. They are struggling to make ends meet on a daily basis.”
Thirty-seven Democrats and two Independents urged Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar to reverse his agency’s decision to block Medicaid beneficiaries from using the family planning provider of their choice.
This Fake Clinic Network Receives State and Federal Funding to Teach Kids ‘Shaming’ Sex-Ed Curriculum
During the last two years, the organization was awarded nearly $900,000 to teach students to, among other things, question condom effectiveness and suggest that sex may cause “emotional and psychological problems." It's not the only one.
The decision Tuesday is the second to find the administration acted in an arbitrary manner in deciding the program would end in March.