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How a Trump order on abortion could hurt the fight against AIDS in Africa


How a Trump order on abortion could hurt the fight against AIDS in Africa
Washington Post

NAIROBI — A Trump administration order took effect this week barring U.S. aid for global health organizations that discuss or provide referrals for abortion. But the new policy put another program in the crosshairs: America's global HIV/AIDS effort

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Politico, District of Columbia - March 17, 2017

A prominent anti-abortion group is warning Republicans that the Obamacare repeal billâs restrictions on funding abortions might not comply with the Senateâs strict budget rules â a potentially huge procedural development that could derail the repeal effort.The ...

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Texas Bill Could Send People to Jail for Driving a Woman to an Abortion, Lawmaker Says
Texas Observer, Texas - May 24, 2017

The sweeping anti-abortion bill that passed the Texas House May 19 could allow nearly anyone involved in the process of an unlawful abortion to be charged with a state jail felony, Moody said. That includes the doctor who performed the abortion, but also the person ...

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Abortion clinic tries to silence pro-life media, takes LifeSite to court Read More
Lifesite, Pennsylvania - May 29, 2017

TORONTO, May 29, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — An abortion facility is petitioning the courts in Canada to block LifeSiteNews from identifying its abortionist and other staff members.LifeSiteNews went to court this week to fight a publication ban on the trial of pro-life ...

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Planned Parenthood allowed to join suit challenging Ky abortion clinic rules, judge says
The Courier-Journal, Kentucky - June 23, 2017

Planned Parenthood will be allowed to join a federal lawsuit challenging state regulations it and another clinic claim are being improperly used by officials to block them from obtaining licenses to provide abortions.U.S. District Judge Greg Stivers on Friday ...

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