House Passes Bill to Protect Religious Medical Professionals Who Don't Perform Abortions
July 15, 2016
The United States House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday evening to protect religious health care providers and medical professionals from being penalized by government agencies for refusing to be involved in or provide coverage for abortions.
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