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How Democrat Lawmakers Vote on Late-Term Abortion & Infanticide | Frontpage Mag

Oct 04, 2023 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    32% Medium Conservative

  • Reliability

    95% ReliableExcellent

  • Policy Leaning

    16% Somewhat Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -35% Negative

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49% : Republicans, by contrast, voted in favor of PRENDA by a margin of 226 to 7.Democrats Support Federal Taxpayer Funding for AbortionsOn May 14, 2013, House Republicans introduced HR 7, the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act, which sought to permanently prohibit federal funds from being used to pay for abortions or for health insurance plans that included coverage for abortion-related procedures.
49% : There are myriad examples of Democrats at the highest levels of government candidly articulating - especially in very recent years - their firm commitment to the elimination of existing restrictions on federal funding for abortions.
48% : "Democrats Support the Permanent Elimination of All Restrictions on Abortion, from Conception to the Moment of BirthOn June 8, 2021, House Democrats introduced HR 3755, the Women's Health Protection Act of 2021 (WHPA), which:When HR 3755 came up for a House vote on September 24, 2021, Democrats supported it by a margin of 218 to 1, while Republicans opposed it unanimously by a margin of 210 to 0.
47% : "The bill would make permanent the policies that currently rely on regular re-approval, including amendments like the well-known Hyde Amendment," explained the website of Republican Senator Roger Wicker, "which prohibits funding for elective abortion coverage through any program funded through the annual Labor, Health and Human Services Appropriations Act."
44% : "Democrats Seek to Deny Doctors the Right to Oppose Abortion on Moral or Religious GroundsOn January 29, 2015, House Republicans introduced S 304, the Conscience Protection Act, which aimed to prevent the government from penalizing healthcare providers - i.e., physicians, nurses, hospitals, group health plans, insurance companies, etc. -- that wished, for moral or ethical reasons, not to cover or participate in abortions in any way.

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