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Topics: Title X

New HHS Protect Life Rule Would Cut Funding to Abortion Providers—But There’s Still Room for Improvement



https://www.pop.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/WB_Title_X_081618.mp3 In June, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a new rule proposal that, if adopted, would stop funding for abortion providers through the Department’s Title X family planning program. Pro-life advocates have been calling the new rule “Protect Life Rule.” This rule is a good first step, but there are several ways it could be strengthened. As currently written, the Protect Life Rule would prohibit Title X funding for organizations that …

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Trump Administration Releases New Rule to Stop Title X Funding for Abortion Providers



https://www.pop.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/HV_New-HHS-Rule-For-Title-X.mp3 The Trump administration yesterday released a much-anticipated rule proposal to block federal Title X family planning grants from funding abortion clinics and service providers that offer abortion referrals. The new rule is expected to hit Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers hard. Planned Parenthood alone stands to lose as much as $60 million a year under the rule change if they refuse to disentangle their abortion services from Title X services. Title X is …

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Trump Administration to Ban Funding for Abortion Clinics under Title X



The Trump Administration on Friday signaled that it was moving forward with a proposed rule to prevent clinics that perform abortion or that offer abortion referrals from receiving Title X family planning grants. The new rule which is being called the “Protect Life Rule” is expected to hit Planned Parenthood hard and will likely to strip the abortion giant of tens of millions of taxpayer dollars each year. Although the rule has yet to be …

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