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18 May 2018, 05:10 | Opal Carroll
Trump Administration to Propose New Curbs on Abortion
The Title 10 program offers hundreds of millions of dollars in assistance to family planning organizations.
The bill nullified a rule completed in the last days of the Obama administration that effectively banned state and local governments from withholding federal funding for family planning services related to contraception, sexually transmitted infections, fertility, pregnancy care and breast and cervical cancer screening from qualified health providers - regardless of whether they also performed abortions.
Abortion-rights supporters have described the proposal as a "gag rule" and say it would undermine reproductive health care for low-income patients. The official noted that the proposal does not necessarily cut federal funding to Planned Parenthood, "as long as they're willing to disentangle taxpayer funds from abortion as a method of family planning, which is required by the Title X law". "I can not imagine a scenario in which public health groups would allow this effort to go unchallenged".
While federal law now prohibits money received through the Title X Family Planning Grant Program from being used for abortion, pro-life advocates have long voiced concern that this regulation is not always enforced.
The proposal is created to update regulations to ensure taxpayer funds aren't used for programs where abortion is part of family planning.
"Everyone has the right to information about their health care - including information about safe, legal abortion, and every woman deserves the best medical care and information, no matter how much money she makes or where she lives". Hawkins' group is circulating a petition to urge lawmakers in Congress to support the Trump administration's proposal. "The Trump Administration has every right to require that Title X programs focus on healthcare, not abortion, and to keep such programs aimed at helping women make a plan for a family outside of the facilities created to making sure women don't have a family at all".
Planned Parenthood won't be defunded in this measure as long as taxpayer funds aren't used for abortions.
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