House Dems Strike Hyde Amendment From Medicaid Spending Bill

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For the first time in 45 years, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a spending bill funding Medicaid without the Hyde Amendment, a measure that protects taxpayers from being forced to pay for abortion. The spending bill will face a tough hurdle in the Senate, but the bill still sets a terrifying precedent for pro-life taxpayers.

The bill, which includes seven of the twelve annual appropriations bills to fund the government for the next fiscal year, which begins on October 1, passed the House 219-208 along party lines.

Republicans opposed the bill because Democrats had removed two essential abortion-related provisions: the Hyde Amendment and the Weldon Amendment, which prohibits agencies receiving federal funding from discriminating against entities because they refuse to provide or pay for abortions. More

6 Comments on House Dems Strike Hyde Amendment From Medicaid Spending Bill

  1. Wow.

    We are watching the good people, the foundation of our great country, being kicked to the curb. Anti-God, anti-gun, anti-police, anti-military, anti-white, pro-perversity, pro-baby murder, pro-unchecked borders, pro-pandemic, pro-anarchy, pro-violence cretins are having their way with us.

    But they will reap what they sow, they will feel the pain of justice, they will cry out for relief, they will hide from the vengeance that is coming their way.

    Keep the faith and enjoy the the journey. There us no past, no future, only the eternal NOW.

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  2. And that is why Father Altman said from the pulpit that you can’t be a Catholic and vote for democrats.

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  3. What happened to follow the science?
    They don’t see those little beating hearts on the sonograms?
    Ghouls.

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