Our not-so-favorite moments involving some of the candidates for the nation's highest offices include Donald Trump's dating antics and Mike Pence waxing ignorant about sexually transmitted infections. And then there was that Pennsylvania man who worried about what would happen if Hillary Clinton got her period while in the Oval Office.
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“When bias influences our children and manifests itself in the form of bullying, we have to act,” said a fact sheet released by the Clinton campaign on Thursday.
Fifty-eight percent of likely voters support federal funding for Planned Parenthood, with Trump voters nearly evenly split on the issue.
“It’s about the suppression of votes, just to get them to stay home. If we can pick up some votes along the way, that’s fantastic, but it’s really about the suppression of votes,” a Trump campaign source said earlier this month.
“Our letter asks the Department of Justice to investigate the constitutional and environmental justice issues implicated by the state’s decision to effectively prevent the city of Flint from suing the state,” said Rep. Dan Kildee (D), who represents Flint. “Quite simply, this is wrong.”
Vicki Ringer, Planned Parenthood's South Carolina director of public affairs, told the Post and Courier that the proposed regulations were an attempt to “shame” people seeking abortion care.