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Republicans accuse Biden of seeking to shift funds from pro-life centers to Planned Parenthood

Congressional Republicans urged the Biden administration to withdraw a proposed rule that would pull Temporary Assistance for Needy Families funding from pro-life pregnancy centers, saying it looks like an attempt to “funnel taxpayer dollars to the abortion industry.”
The Health and Human Services Department said in its proposed rule issued Oct. 2 that the pro-life centers fail to meet the program’s requirements because their dedication to “preventing and reducing out-of-wedlock pregnancies is tenuous or non-existent,” but the Republicans disagreed.

“For decades, pregnancy centers have stood in the gap and generously provided free assistance to women, babies, and families in their moments of need — actions al …

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