The U.S. House of Representatives voted 228-195 to pass a bill Thursday that would establish a right to access, use and provide contraceptives in federal law.
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In the July 19 vote, Democrats in favor of the bill were joined by 74 Republicans. The bill would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act, which defined marriage federally as the union of a man and a woman and permitted states not to recognize same-sex marriages contracted in other states.
‘The Most Radical Abortion Bill of All Time’: House to Vote This Week on Codifying ‘Right’ to Abortion
The U.S. bishops’ conference warns the the Women’s Health Protection Act would effectively impose abortion on demand throughout pregnancy.
COMMENTARY: The surge in pro-life females in the House of Representatives provides a jolt to the movement.
With a pro-life majority in the House gone, Planned Parenthood achieves a milestone, and pro-life voters look to the Senate as their anti-abortion firewall.
The legislation, which was met with criticism by the U.S. bishops and legislators, passed March 22 by a vote of 256-167.
No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act would solidify Hyde Amendment in law so that it does not need to be annually re-approved.
A special House investigative panel is alleging that a tissue-procurement company and the abortion businesses it partnered with may have illegally profited from the sale of fetal tissue from aborted babies.
The Catholic Congressman won overwhelming support today from the GOP caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives, to serve as John Boehner's successor.