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Abortion  INOT HealthCare

Where & How is Abortion Funded in the Healthcare Bill?

The following bullet points are how this healthcare bill funds abortion according to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops document titled,
What's Wrong with the Senate Healthcare Bill on Abortion?
  • Provides direct federal funding of elective abortions in community health centers
  • Provides federal subsidies for Health plans that cover such abortions violating  longstanding federal policy under the Hyde amendment and similar laws
  • Will force families to choose between their health needs and their consciences on abortions, by forcing all enrollees in many health plans to pay a separate fee solely for other peoples abortions
  • Fails to apply longstanding federal policy on the conscience right of pro-life health care providers to the new funding provided under this bill


Refer to pages 2069 and 2078 of H.R. 3590, the healthcare bill and read for yourself how abortion will be funded in healthcare reform legislation.


The Hyde Amendment (an amendment that prohibits federal funding of abortion) does not apply to the newly passed and now law healthcare reform bill.


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 President Obama's Health Care  

Expands Funding for Abortion

For Details Click Below

Obama Admin Authorized Abortion Funding in Third State Under Health Care Law
Washington, DC ( July 17, 2010


Judge Declares Pro-Abortion ObamaCare Unconstitutional
February 1, 2011 - A federal judge in Florida has issued a new ruling in what is the largest lawsuit filed against the Obamacare health care law. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson says the individual mandate is unconstitutional and, therefore, the entire law is as well. Leading pro-life groups have opposed the Obamacare law because it allows massive abortion funding and prompts concerns about rationing of health care.Full story at