Trump lets states block some Planned Parenthood money
Anti-abortion activists cheered the move as a way to return some measure of discretion to states, which will now have the latitude they once did in deciding how to mete out Title X funds.
It has been illegal for federal dollars to be spent on abortions since the Hyde Amendment was enacted 41 years ago - federal dollars at Planned Parenthood go toward preventative health care, birth control, pregnancy tests, cancer screenings and other women's health services.
President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a resolution that will allow US states to restrict how federal funds for contraception and reproductive health are spent, a move cheered by anti-abortion campaigners. CMS spokeswoman Jane Norris said in an email, "President Trump is delivering on his promise to give states the flexibility that they need to make health care decisions that best meet their citizens' unique needs".
A mother and daughter attend Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's speech at the Planned Parenthood Action Fund in Washington, U.S. June 10, 2016.
"Prioritizing funding away from Planned Parenthood to comprehensive health care alternatives is a winning issue", SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser wrote in a statement.
Stephanie Schriock, president of Emily's List, which supports Democratic female candidate for public office who support abortion, said the bill is another example of politicians chipping away at women's rights and making it harder for the less fortunate to get health care. He repeatedly vowed, throughout the presidential campaign, that attacking the health care organization would be a top priority for the Trump administration.
Under President Obama, Title X "family-planning grants" to states could not be denied to organizations on the basis of whether or not they performed abortions. That's because reports recently surfaced that Trump's daughter, who now holds a formal position in his administration as assistant to the president, Ivanka Trump, had met with Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards in January.
One enforcement activity that could be set for an increase: security for Scott Pruitt, the new E.P.A. administrator. What happened to coal under former President Barack Obama, Pruitt said in a four-minute address, is "really sad".
A rocket was sacked on Monday from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula into southern Israel, according to the Israeli military. Officials said that Israelis who were already in Egypt would be allowed to return through the border crossing.
Trump said the first topic the two leaders discussed was North Korea , and that he appreciated Xi's deep knowledge. Even Chinese solar panels are flooding the USA market, pushing domestic solar producers out of business, he said.
The officer said the vehicle appeared to stall, and he got out to speak to the driver and could smell marijuana. Hollins was charged with marijuana possession, obstruction of a police officer and several traffic citations.
Dan Merenstein , a family medicine physician at Georgetown University, doesn't think the new evidence warrants a change. One specialist views the new recommendation as a correction of an error the task force made in 2012.
We're not going to use it", he told Agence France-Presse. "A successful ouster of a dictator is for me very hard to remember". The statement was made soon after Russian President Vladimir Putin gave the same assessment earlier in the day.
An Anthony trade would essentially turn the keys of the franchise, at least the on-court product, over to Kristaps Porzingis . NY went 31-51, falling well short of expectations with its third consecutive 50-loss season.
Much as in 2013, the United States has used protecting the chemical weapons taboo as justification for possible military action. Rycroft said "samples obtained from Khan Sheikhun" have "tested positive for the nerve agent sarin or a sarin-like substance".
Holdings of SPDR Gold Trust, the world's largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, rose 0.50 per cent to 842.41 tonnes on Tuesday. Palladium slipped 0.2 percent to $799.45 after touching its weakest in more than a week at $784.72 in the previous session.
However, even if SK hynix buys the chip unit, it may suffer from the winner's curse, Daishin Securities said. However, the competition became heated after Hon Hai proposed a whopping 31 trillion won for the bid.
Rian Johnson debuts teaser trailer for 'The Last Jedi'
Now I can't wait for the first proper full trailer for The Last Jedi , likely coming at some point this summer. The Last Jedi follows up where 2015's cultural and box office titan Star Wars: The Force Awakens left off.
IS ouster clears way for football comeback in Iraq's Mosul
"The Iraqi security forces retain control of both main routes west from Mosul, eliminating enemy freedom of movement", he added. The United States and other Western countries have assisted with air support, intelligence and equipment, General Rasool said.
Lawyer: Dragged passenger 'poster child' for airline abuses
Bell was stung by the scorpion, so he and his wife searched all over the internet about scorpions and what its sting could do. Chicago Alderman Michael Zalewski, head of the committee, called the incident a nightmare that should have been avoidable.
Exchange Club Holds 53rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt
FREE EASTER EGG HUNT Toys R Us is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for the kids, with Geoffrey the giraffe on Sunday, April 9th. There will be 1,200 eggs hidden for Saturday's event. "It's really good because it's safe and keeps the kids contained".
IEA says global oil market now close to balance
The combination of factors could keep a lid on oil prices, which have risen in the past six months after a three-year slump. Meanwhile, it said, OPEC's oil production fell by 365,000 barrels a day in March as Nigeria and Libya suffered outages.
China tops 2016 global executions: Amnesty
More than 90 per cent of the world's executions took place in five countries - China , Iran , Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Pakistan. The US, for the first time since 2006, fell from its place in top five executors to seventh place behind Egypt.
Sergio Garcia wins the Masters in sudden-death playoff
Rose regrouped quickly, however, and has established himself as one of the game's leading players, now ranked 14th in the world. Championship, at the age of just nineteen, Sergio Garcia reached the eighteenth hole one shot behind the leader, Tiger Woods.