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Topic - Hyde
Does the Affordable Care Act (ACA) permit federal dollars for elective abortion, in a sharp departure from legislative precedent?
Mickey Rooney's approach to life was simple: "Let's put on a show!" He spent nine decades doing it, on the big screen, on television, on stage and in his extravagant personal life.
As entrepreneurs who had parlayed a local cleaning business in Wyoming and Utah into a multimillion-dollar enterprise with holdings in hotels, ranches, auto dealerships, sports teams and more, Justin and Cody Hyde knew that meeting the right people and developing good relationships — even with adversarial regulators — was part of the solution for businessmen like themselves.
Hyde amendment currently states that abortions are not to be covered through Medicaid except in the cases of rape, incest, or when the woman's life is in danger.
"We said repeatedly exactly what my position is," he said.