California sues Trump over federal funding for abortion suppliers

California sues Trump over federal funding for abortion suppliers

California sues Trump over federal funding for abortion suppliers

California has filed dozens of lawsuits challenging a number of the Trump administration's actions.

In addition to OR, the states participating in the lawsuit are Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin. The referral restrictions are part of a broader, conservative shift by the administration, which has been blocked in court from undoing an Obamacare requirement that employers provide insurance coverage for contraception. The rule bars taxpayer-funded family planning clinics from referring patients to abortion providers.

"What this new rule means is that providers who receive Title X funding will have to decide whether they will refuse the funding or "cave" to the requirements of this new rule", Rosenblum said in a statement. The new policy presents a question of whether those clinics will need to change their operational protocol, or even their physical layouts, in order to keep abortion services entirely separate from Title X services.

"Now, Planned Parenthood's allies are running to court to ensure taxpayers are forced to continue filling the coffers of the abortion industry", she said, adding the allied states suing the Trump administration are mischaracterizing the new rule as one that is eliminating family planning funding. After touring the facility, Chris joined Planned Parenthood of Northern New England staff to address the effect the rule change is having on health centers and urged the Trump Administration to reverse their decision.

Title X is a government family planning program that serves some 4 million people, majority female, low-income and young.

Oregon Democratic Gov. Kate Brown said, "It is appalling that the federal government wants to rob individuals of the right to complete medical information and full access to the critical health care services they rely on".

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"President Trump has chose to attack a program that helps to ensure that every person has access to basic, preventive and reproductive health care", Siebel Newsom said. Washington officials said last week that they plan to sue. As an Executive Councilor, Chris was twice the pivotal vote on the Executive Council to restore funding for Planned Parenthood to 13,000 women and men across the state.

In seeking an injunction, the state argues that the federal agency has exceeded the scope of its statutory authority and acted in a manner that is arbitrary and a violation of the federal Administrative Procedure Act and the U.S. Constitution. Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced Monday that she will lead a lawsuit against the gag rule.

Planned Parenthood receives between $50 million and $60 million every year in Title X funds, according to Politico.

"The Trump-Pence Administration has doubled down on its attacks on women's health", Becerra said in a statement.

Today Congressman Chris Pappas visited the Planned Parenthood Health Center in Exeter to hear from staff about how the Trump Administration's Title X rule change is impacting their facility and Planned Parenthood Health Centers across the country.

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