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Topic - Diane Black
A federal bill to remove almost all abortion regulations is drawing strong opposition from critics who say that it would be devastating to health and safety of both women and their children.
The Supreme Court’s highly anticipated ruling on the federal contraception mandate has prompted a renewed enthusiasm from lawmakers on both sides of the religious freedom debate.
Rep. Diane Black on Monday lambasted the Obama administration over a weekend report that says the government is issuing subsidies that are too high or too low to people who purchase health coverage under Obamacare.
Tuesday's anniversary of the murder convictions of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell brought renewed calls for a federal ban on late-term abortions.
The federal Obamacare website has been blasted for technical problems, but Republicans say an even bigger problem may be lurking inside the computer system — weak protections of private information.
"Abortions not only pose serious physical health risks, but endanger a women’s mental health as well," she said.
Black warned that the bill – entitled the Women’s Health Protective Act – is actually harmful to women.