Trump vies for votes at massive anti-abortion rally

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It's nice to have a president who shares your theological beliefs, but it's essential to have a president who can competently administer the government, spearhead an effective policy agenda and advance America's interests on the world stage.

It was likewise timed to accompany the March for Life on the National Shopping Mall, where President Donald Trump will wind up being the extremely first president to handle the anti-abortion presentation personally as he works to fortify help from social conservatives.

The Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar utilized this opportunity to boast about how the Trump administration has kept their promise.

Anti-abortion activists across the nation have been pushing abortion bans through state legislatures - measures that in some cases would bar an abortion as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. The HHS filing goes on to claim: "California has deprived over 28,000 people of plans that did not cover elective abortion, but now must cover abortion due to California's mandate".

"Now, the question is always what priority pro-life or abortion is in the campaign".

Similarly, a protester from West Virginia holding the sign "impeach abortion" said it was hard to talk over the bullhorns and shouting but she was determined to take a stand not only against abortion but in support of all the others, especially young people, who similarly "stand for life".

He used his speech to attack Democrats as embracing "radical and extreme positions" on abortion and praised those attending the event, saying they were motivated by "pure, unselfish love". But we are stopping it, and we're taking care of doctors, nurses, teachers, and groups like the Little Sisters of the Poor. "And yet you call yourself "pro-life" @realDonaldTrump??" I've seen the Grand Canyon in pictures, but it's different when you see it. That could include money for community health centers, Medicaid health insurance for low-income people, and basic public health activities like educating parents about vaccines.

"Our goal is to seek compliance, and we will give them 30 days, so we don't have to cross this bridge", said Severino.

Newsom said a federal opinion four years ago confirmed California's compliance with the Weldon amendment.

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It's Trump's latest nod to the white evangelical voters who have proven to be among his most loyal backers.

Religious conservatives are a core element of Trump's political coalition, and his administration has gone out of its way to deliver on their demands.

That's a record amount, according to the group, and Planned Parenthood's political action arm also has announced a similarly historic effort of $45 million, with an emphasis on reaching voters in nine battleground states.

"Because at this time we're about to turn the situation around".

It also shows how much times have changed. "So, when you think about those numbers and you look at the situation, 3,000 individuals that will never know what it means to live, but the most important thing, we'll never know what that person was supposed to be".

During his first three years in office, Trump pursued a socially conservative policy, particularly in the area of abortion.

Other sympathetic US presidents have not attended the march.

"I will continue to fight to protect the lives of the unborn", he said. "They've been deprived of their right to have coverage that excludes that type of procedure". Connie Leyva, who heads the California Legislative Women's Caucus, both Democrats, both promised that California will not "back down". She felt a sense of history, along with the Senate impeachment trial underway, and wanted to be present. This is why the Constitution actually leaves such matters to the state legislatures, and this is why the late Antonin Scalia, dissenting in the 1992 Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 505 USA 833 (1992) decision (affirming Roe v. Wade), stated to his fellow justices that, "We should get out of this area, where we have no right to be, and where we do neither ourselves nor the country any good by remaining".

Gleason is with 150 other members of Pro-Life Wisconsin seeking an end to abortion.

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