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Texas Governor signs bill to permanently ban taxpayer funding of abortions through health plans

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BREAKING: Texas governor signs bill to permanently ban taxpayer funding of abortion through health plans

Today, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation to prohibit taxpayers from funding elective abortions through their health insurance plans. House Bill 214 (HB 214), which Abbot’s statement called “an important piece of the Governor’s pro-life agenda,” was championed by Sen. Brandon Creighton and Rep. John Smithee in a special session. The measure does not contain exceptions for rape, incest, or fetal abnormalities.

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There is only one thing to say EXCELLENT!! At least their taxes won't be going to fund some genocide bs.
 

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m'k, mindfuck.... guess it's ok for an intrusive government shoving regulations down the throats of private business when it's a rw nutjob's agenda 'eh?
 
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m'k, mindfuck.... guess it's ok for an intrusive government shoving regulations down the throats of private business when it's a rw nutjob's agenda 'eh?

Guess when you are made to pay for some male to get a his dick cut off and it's out of your pocket let us know how that pay check feels as it shrinks.
That's how it is A.H.
 

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m'k, mindfuck.... guess it's ok for an intrusive government shoving regulations down the throats of private business when it's a rw nutjob's agenda 'eh?

Guess when you are made to pay for some male to get a his dick cut off and it's out of your pocket let us know how that pay check feels as it shrinks.
That's how it is A.H.

fed dollars haven't paid for abortion since the days of carter. & having it covered thru an insurance plan is not taking it out of your pocket dumbfuck.
 
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m'k, mindfuck.... guess it's ok for an intrusive government shoving regulations down the throats of private business when it's a rw nutjob's agenda 'eh?

Guess when you are made to pay for some male to get a his dick cut off and it's out of your pocket let us know how that pay check feels as it shrinks.
That's how it is A.H.

fed dollars haven't paid for abortion since the days of carter. & having it covered thru an insurance plan is not taking it out of your pocket dumbfuck.


You are severely clueless can't fix stupid dumb fk better look in that mirror cyka.
 
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m'k, mindfuck.... guess it's ok for an intrusive government shoving regulations down the throats of private business when it's a rw nutjob's agenda 'eh?

Guess when you are made to pay for some male to get a his dick cut off and it's out of your pocket let us know how that pay check feels as it shrinks.
That's how it is A.H.

fed dollars haven't paid for abortion since the days of carter. & having it covered thru an insurance plan is not taking it out of your pocket dumbfuck.
m'k, mindfuck.... guess it's ok for an intrusive government shoving regulations down the throats of private business when it's a rw nutjob's agenda 'eh?

Guess when you are made to pay for some male to get a his dick cut off and it's out of your pocket let us know how that pay check feels as it shrinks.
That's how it is A.H.

fed dollars haven't paid for abortion since the days of carter. & having it covered thru an insurance plan is not taking it out of your pocket dumbfuck.

And if taxes weren't pay for it asshole , this Gov. wouldn't have made the law gawd damn you are one stupid pos fk aren't you.

get with reality and try a better education you surely learned you information in the back alley CYKA!

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The Hyde Amendment of 1976
By Reem Gerais
Published: 2017-06-28
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In 1976, the US Congress passed the Hyde Amendment, which banned the use of federal funding to pay for abortions through Medicaid. In 1976, Illinois Congressman Henry J. Hyde proposed the amendment to the Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare, Appropriation Act of 1977. In 1980, the US Supreme Court in Harris v. McRae (1980) upheld the constitutionality of the Hyde Amendment. Included annually in every Congressional appropriation act after the one passed in 1976, amended versions of the Hyde Amendment have restricted federal funding of abortion services for women participating in Medicaid.

In the 1973 case Roe v. Wade, the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., legalized abortions in the US and established limitations on the ability of a state to interfere with women's rights to obtain abortions. In a seven to two decision, the court ruled that women's rights to seek abortions are protected by the US Constitution. Roe v. Wade fueled legal controversies about women's rights many years after the 1973 decision. After the Supreme Court legalized abortions, political powers opposed to abortions attempted to weaken the court's decision by limiting women's access to abortion services.

In 1976, Hyde, a Republican Congressman from the state of Illinois, proposed an amendment to the yearly appropriation act of US Congress. The amendment, outlined in Section 209 of the Department of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriation Act of 1977, came to be called the Hyde Amendment. The Hyde Amendment stated that no federal funds granted to states through Medicaid could be used to pay for abortion services. Medicaid, a joint federal and state funded program, provided qualifying low-income individuals and families with healthcare benefits. The amendment also applied to recipients of the Indian Health Service, a federal program that provided health care coverage to American Indians. The Hyde Amendment made an exception in coverage of abortions only for cases in which the pregnancy threatened the life of the pregnant woman. The Hyde Amendment was added to the Congressional appropriation bill, and in 30 September 1976 Congress passed the Appropriation Act of 1977, which included Hyde's amendment banning the use of Medicaid to pay for abortion services.
 
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The Hyde Amendment of 1976
By Reem Gerais
Published: 2017-06-28
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In 1976, the US Congress passed the Hyde Amendment, which banned the use of federal funding to pay for abortions through Medicaid. In 1976, Illinois Congressman Henry J. Hyde proposed the amendment to the Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare, Appropriation Act of 1977. In 1980, the US Supreme Court in Harris v. McRae (1980) upheld the constitutionality of the Hyde Amendment. Included annually in every Congressional appropriation act after the one passed in 1976, amended versions of the Hyde Amendment have restricted federal funding of abortion services for women participating in Medicaid.

In the 1973 case Roe v. Wade, the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., legalized abortions in the US and established limitations on the ability of a state to interfere with women's rights to obtain abortions. In a seven to two decision, the court ruled that women's rights to seek abortions are protected by the US Constitution. Roe v. Wade fueled legal controversies about women's rights many years after the 1973 decision. After the Supreme Court legalized abortions, political powers opposed to abortions attempted to weaken the court's decision by limiting women's access to abortion services.

In 1976, Hyde, a Republican Congressman from the state of Illinois, proposed an amendment to the yearly appropriation act of US Congress. The amendment, outlined in Section 209 of the Department of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriation Act of 1977, came to be called the Hyde Amendment. The Hyde Amendment stated that no federal funds granted to states through Medicaid could be used to pay for abortion services. Medicaid, a joint federal and state funded program, provided qualifying low-income individuals and families with healthcare benefits. The amendment also applied to recipients of the Indian Health Service, a federal program that provided health care coverage to American Indians. The Hyde Amendment made an exception in coverage of abortions only for cases in which the pregnancy threatened the life of the pregnant woman. The Hyde Amendment was added to the Congressional appropriation bill, and in 30 September 1976 Congress passed the Appropriation Act of 1977, which included Hyde's amendment banning the use of Medicaid to pay for abortion services.

WRONG you can't decode wtf is right in front of you TAXS pay for it , but the leftards can't figure out how "Words" are put in such a way you suckers think you know what you read lmao.

TAXES PAY FOR IT deny it or not..
 
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this is the latest INDEPENDENTLY audited financials of planned parenthood year ending 2016... feel free to find where any fed dollars were used for abortion services.

lol.... good luck.

https://www.plannedparenthood.org/u...80c6-8bca303d5eab/ppfa_final_fs_fy_2016_1.pdf

The ObamaCare statute specifically requires the issuers of Exchange plans that cover abortion to “collect from each enrollee in the plan” a “separate payment” for the type of abortions for which funding is prohibited under the Hyde Amendment (which is all abortions other than in cases of life of the mother, rape, or incest) and a separate payment for all other services. [42 U.S.C. 18023(b)]. These separate payments are then to be deposited into separate accounts.

During the regulatory process, commenters questioned HHS on how this was to be implemented, and according to HHS, the commenters “recommended that HHS clarify . . . whether [Exchange plan] issuers may satisfy the separate payment provision by providing each enrollee with an itemized bill, and whether an enrollee’s coverage would be terminated for failure to comply with the separate payment provision.” Rather than doing so, HHS merely said that the comments would be taken into consideration in any future guidance. [77 Fed. Reg. 18430 (March 27, 2012)].

Your Tax Dollars Will Fund Abortions and Planned Parenthood Under Obamacare, Here's How | LifeNews.com
 
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this is the latest INDEPENDENTLY audited financials of planned parenthood year ending 2016... feel free to find where any fed dollars were used for abortion services.

lol.... good luck.

https://www.plannedparenthood.org/u...80c6-8bca303d5eab/ppfa_final_fs_fy_2016_1.pdf

The ObamaCare statute specifically requires the issuers of Exchange plans that cover abortion to “collect from each enrollee in the plan” a “separate payment” for the type of abortions for which funding is prohibited under the Hyde Amendment (which is all abortions other than in cases of life of the mother, rape, or incest) and a separate payment for all other services. [42 U.S.C. 18023(b)]. These separate payments are then to be deposited into separate accounts.

During the regulatory process, commenters questioned HHS on how this was to be implemented, and according to HHS, the commenters “recommended that HHS clarify . . . whether [Exchange plan] issuers may satisfy the separate payment provision by providing each enrollee with an itemized bill, and whether an enrollee’s coverage would be terminated for failure to comply with the separate payment provision.” Rather than doing so, HHS merely said that the comments would be taken into consideration in any future guidance. [77 Fed. Reg. 18430 (March 27, 2012)].

Your Tax Dollars Will Fund Abortions and Planned Parenthood Under Obamacare, Here's How | LifeNews.com


AND lets not forget TRUMP hasn't got a fkn thing to do with this because OBAMACARE can't be taken out oh isn't that covienent.

Application Assisters. Planned Parenthood affiliates are being enlisted in various capacities to help consumers select an Exchange health care plan and complete their applications. On August 15, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that Planned Parenthood affiliates in Iowa, Montana, and New Hampshire will be funded as ObamaCare “Navigators.” Their combined funding will total over $655,000. On August 13, the Washington, D.C. health insurance Exchange awarded a $375,000 grant to Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. to be an In-Person Assister. It is sadly ironic that some consumers may end up going to affiliates of America’s largest abortion provider for help in purchasing insurance to cover life-preserving treatments.

This is just the beginning. The Obama Administration has three more years to implement ObamaCare.
 

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The Hyde Amendment of 1976
By Reem Gerais
Published: 2017-06-28
Keywords:
In 1976, the US Congress passed the Hyde Amendment, which banned the use of federal funding to pay for abortions through Medicaid. In 1976, Illinois Congressman Henry J. Hyde proposed the amendment to the Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare, Appropriation Act of 1977. In 1980, the US Supreme Court in Harris v. McRae (1980) upheld the constitutionality of the Hyde Amendment. Included annually in every Congressional appropriation act after the one passed in 1976, amended versions of the Hyde Amendment have restricted federal funding of abortion services for women participating in Medicaid.

In the 1973 case Roe v. Wade, the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., legalized abortions in the US and established limitations on the ability of a state to interfere with women's rights to obtain abortions. In a seven to two decision, the court ruled that women's rights to seek abortions are protected by the US Constitution. Roe v. Wade fueled legal controversies about women's rights many years after the 1973 decision. After the Supreme Court legalized abortions, political powers opposed to abortions attempted to weaken the court's decision by limiting women's access to abortion services.

In 1976, Hyde, a Republican Congressman from the state of Illinois, proposed an amendment to the yearly appropriation act of US Congress. The amendment, outlined in Section 209 of the Department of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriation Act of 1977, came to be called the Hyde Amendment. The Hyde Amendment stated that no federal funds granted to states through Medicaid could be used to pay for abortion services. Medicaid, a joint federal and state funded program, provided qualifying low-income individuals and families with healthcare benefits. The amendment also applied to recipients of the Indian Health Service, a federal program that provided health care coverage to American Indians. The Hyde Amendment made an exception in coverage of abortions only for cases in which the pregnancy threatened the life of the pregnant woman. The Hyde Amendment was added to the Congressional appropriation bill, and in 30 September 1976 Congress passed the Appropriation Act of 1977, which included Hyde's amendment banning the use of Medicaid to pay for abortion services.

WRONG you can't decode wtf is right in front of you TAXS pay for it , but the leftards can't figure out how "Words" are put in such a way you suckers think you know what you read lmao.

TAXES PAY FOR IT deny it or not..

your methane filled bubble world has warped your brain. there is no ambiguity.... medicaid dollars are not used for abortion.

period.
 

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this is the latest INDEPENDENTLY audited financials of planned parenthood year ending 2016... feel free to find where any fed dollars were used for abortion services.

lol.... good luck.

https://www.plannedparenthood.org/u...80c6-8bca303d5eab/ppfa_final_fs_fy_2016_1.pdf

The ObamaCare statute specifically requires the issuers of Exchange plans that cover abortion to “collect from each enrollee in the plan” a “separate payment” for the type of abortions for which funding is prohibited under the Hyde Amendment (which is all abortions other than in cases of life of the mother, rape, or incest) and a separate payment for all other services. [42 U.S.C. 18023(b)]. These separate payments are then to be deposited into separate accounts.

During the regulatory process, commenters questioned HHS on how this was to be implemented, and according to HHS, the commenters “recommended that HHS clarify . . . whether [Exchange plan] issuers may satisfy the separate payment provision by providing each enrollee with an itemized bill, and whether an enrollee’s coverage would be terminated for failure to comply with the separate payment provision.” Rather than doing so, HHS merely said that the comments would be taken into consideration in any future guidance. [77 Fed. Reg. 18430 (March 27, 2012)].

Your Tax Dollars Will Fund Abortions and Planned Parenthood Under Obamacare, Here's How | LifeNews.com

lifenews is a biased site. of course they are going to lie to you. i deal in facts & reality. you should learn to do the same.
 

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The Hyde Amendment of 1976
By Reem Gerais
Published: 2017-06-28
Keywords:
In 1976, the US Congress passed the Hyde Amendment, which banned the use of federal funding to pay for abortions through Medicaid. In 1976, Illinois Congressman Henry J. Hyde proposed the amendment to the Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare, Appropriation Act of 1977. In 1980, the US Supreme Court in Harris v. McRae (1980) upheld the constitutionality of the Hyde Amendment. Included annually in every Congressional appropriation act after the one passed in 1976, amended versions of the Hyde Amendment have restricted federal funding of abortion services for women participating in Medicaid.

In the 1973 case Roe v. Wade, the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., legalized abortions in the US and established limitations on the ability of a state to interfere with women's rights to obtain abortions. In a seven to two decision, the court ruled that women's rights to seek abortions are protected by the US Constitution. Roe v. Wade fueled legal controversies about women's rights many years after the 1973 decision. After the Supreme Court legalized abortions, political powers opposed to abortions attempted to weaken the court's decision by limiting women's access to abortion services.

In 1976, Hyde, a Republican Congressman from the state of Illinois, proposed an amendment to the yearly appropriation act of US Congress. The amendment, outlined in Section 209 of the Department of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriation Act of 1977, came to be called the Hyde Amendment. The Hyde Amendment stated that no federal funds granted to states through Medicaid could be used to pay for abortion services. Medicaid, a joint federal and state funded program, provided qualifying low-income individuals and families with healthcare benefits. The amendment also applied to recipients of the Indian Health Service, a federal program that provided health care coverage to American Indians. The Hyde Amendment made an exception in coverage of abortions only for cases in which the pregnancy threatened the life of the pregnant woman. The Hyde Amendment was added to the Congressional appropriation bill, and in 30 September 1976 Congress passed the Appropriation Act of 1977, which included Hyde's amendment banning the use of Medicaid to pay for abortion services.

WRONG you can't decode wtf is right in front of you TAXS pay for it , but the leftards can't figure out how "Words" are put in such a way you suckers think you know what you read lmao.

TAXES PAY FOR IT deny it or not..
Taxes have not funded abortion in over 40 years
 

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trump is just using you. he's not pro life....
 
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The Hyde Amendment of 1976
By Reem Gerais
Published: 2017-06-28
Keywords:
In 1976, the US Congress passed the Hyde Amendment, which banned the use of federal funding to pay for abortions through Medicaid. In 1976, Illinois Congressman Henry J. Hyde proposed the amendment to the Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare, Appropriation Act of 1977. In 1980, the US Supreme Court in Harris v. McRae (1980) upheld the constitutionality of the Hyde Amendment. Included annually in every Congressional appropriation act after the one passed in 1976, amended versions of the Hyde Amendment have restricted federal funding of abortion services for women participating in Medicaid.

In the 1973 case Roe v. Wade, the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., legalized abortions in the US and established limitations on the ability of a state to interfere with women's rights to obtain abortions. In a seven to two decision, the court ruled that women's rights to seek abortions are protected by the US Constitution. Roe v. Wade fueled legal controversies about women's rights many years after the 1973 decision. After the Supreme Court legalized abortions, political powers opposed to abortions attempted to weaken the court's decision by limiting women's access to abortion services.

In 1976, Hyde, a Republican Congressman from the state of Illinois, proposed an amendment to the yearly appropriation act of US Congress. The amendment, outlined in Section 209 of the Department of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriation Act of 1977, came to be called the Hyde Amendment. The Hyde Amendment stated that no federal funds granted to states through Medicaid could be used to pay for abortion services. Medicaid, a joint federal and state funded program, provided qualifying low-income individuals and families with healthcare benefits. The amendment also applied to recipients of the Indian Health Service, a federal program that provided health care coverage to American Indians. The Hyde Amendment made an exception in coverage of abortions only for cases in which the pregnancy threatened the life of the pregnant woman. The Hyde Amendment was added to the Congressional appropriation bill, and in 30 September 1976 Congress passed the Appropriation Act of 1977, which included Hyde's amendment banning the use of Medicaid to pay for abortion services.

WRONG you can't decode wtf is right in front of you TAXS pay for it , but the leftards can't figure out how "Words" are put in such a way you suckers think you know what you read lmao.

TAXES PAY FOR IT deny it or not..
Taxes have not funded abortion in over 40 years

Oh i'm glad that you are so in on the laws, it must be the Gov. imagination and he is making the law for it for the fkn hell of it.
 
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Maybe someone with someone with some brains left can comprehend how you pay for abortions through taxes.

Dunces voted for Hillary and Obama and hate Trump ............ no wonder some can't comprehend.

Numerous laws have been passed, starting in 1976 with the Hyde Amendment, in attempts to prohibit public funding for abortion services. However, your tax dollars might continue to slip through the complex health care system to fund abortions.

According to Town Hall, a CNN poll found that 61 percent of people do not approve of tax-funded abortions.

Vote Now: Do You Support Tougher Regulations on Abortion Clinics?

Here are four ways public funds can pay for abortions:

1. Health insurance exchanges developed through Obamacare provided participants with coverage at reduced or subsidized rates, but the plans were supposed to prohibit coverage for abortions. Those insured were required to use personal funds to pay for abortions instead of through the insurance plans.

Yet a Government Accountability Office (GAO) review of 18 health insurance companies in the exchange programs showed they didn't actually follow through on this requirement, according to the National Review.Abortions were paid, often without any itemization of expenditures reported.

2. Insurance companies doing business in 28 states were under set standards that covered abortion services, according to the National Review. Individuals who had coverage from them, whether they self-paid for abortions or the insurance companies covered the cost, were automatically paying a part of their premium to cover abortion services. In those states, there were no health insurance plans that did not cover abortions.

Urgent: How Do You Feel About Stronger Regulations on Abortion Clinics?

3. Regulations for the national health care plan completed in 2013 required that every participant in an exchange plan pay an additional amount on top of the regular premium amount to fund elective abortions, regardless of age or gender, according to The Heritage Foundation.


The insurance company would then use those funds rather than federal funds to pay for abortions. There was no opt-out. If you participated in the plan, you would be paying for abortions.

4. Obamacare regulations required health insurance providers include coverage for essential community providers for low-income participants, LifeNews.com reported.

Among these essential providers were those providing family planning funds, including Planned Parenthood clinics. Planned Parenthood provides more abortion services than any other organization in the U.S.

Vote Here: Should Abortion Clinics Be Subject to Tougher
4 Ways Your Tax Dollars Are Paying for Abortions
 

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