Government agencies are required to provide ample time for the public to comment on proposed new rules, but the Biden administration ignored the law to push through a pro-abortion health insurance rule.
Traditionally included every year in federal budgets with little objection, the Hyde Amendment is estimated to have saved more than 2 million lives since its adoption decades ago by forbidding most taxpayer dollars from funding abortions.
The two justices either did not vote or sided with the Biden regime against a rule put in place by former President Donald Trump stopping federal family planning funds from going to abortion providers.
Biden will 'immediately' rescind 'the global gag rule, also referred to as the Mexico City Policy, which bars international non-profits that provide abortion counseling or referrals from receiving U.S. funding.'
‘Whether or not you get your health insurance by purchasing one of these plans, you will be paying for abortions in someone else’s plan. That is the risk,’ said Virginia Society for Human Life President Olivia Gans Turner.