Vice President Mike Pence gave a preview Thursday night when he told the marchers, "In one short year, President Donald Trump has made a difference for life".
(Washington Examiner) - When President Trump speaks to the March for Life from the Rose Garden Friday - the administration has billed him as "the first sitting president to address the" major antiabortion event "from the White House live via satellite" - it will mark a new chapter in American social conservatism.
President Donald Trump is addressing the anti-abortion March for Life from the White House Rose Garden.
The former Manhattan real estate magnate was stepping to the forefront of the movement, a significant distance from the days when he supported abortion rights.
Vice President Mike Pence spoke to the massive crowd of protesters past year. In the year since, Trump has delivered on rules and policies he had promised in an effort to help curb abortion rights legalized 45 years ago.
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That's despite Trump's onetime advocacy for abortion rights, a stance he says changed around 2011. He also preserved the Supreme Court's conservative majority by getting Justice Neil Gorsuch confirmed.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) officials also said the department was issuing a new regulation aimed at protecting healthcare workers' civil rights based on religious and conscience objections.
HHS will issue a letter on Friday to state Medicaid offices rescinding 2016 guidance that the Obama administration gave after states including IN had tried to defund abortion providers such as Planned Parenthood.
USA health officials said on Friday they were revoking legal guidance issued by the Obama administration that had sought to discourage states from trying to defund organizations that provide abortion services, such as Planned Parenthood.
"This will free up states to once again decide for themselves what reasonable standards may be appropriate", said Charmaine Yoest, the top spokeswoman for HHS and previously a prominent abortion opponent.