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06/18/2019
The Trump administration created the "Unalienable Rights Commission," as a vehicle for narrowing the definition of human rights to conform to conservative ideas of family and sexuality. During debate on a 2019 spending package, House Democrats proposed a ban on funding for the commission.
Support
Agreed To
06/18/2019
During debate on a 2019 spending package, Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ) proposed an amendment eliminating a provision directing funding to international family planning programs.
Oppose
Failed
06/12/2019
During debate on a 2019 spending bill, Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) offered an amendment to strike a provision blocking the Trump administration's domestic gag rule on Title X providers.
Oppose
Failed
06/12/2019
During debate on a 2019 spending package, Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) offered an amendment to strike a provision that would block a broad Trump administration rule permitting medical personnel to refuse treatment based on religious or moral beliefs.
Oppose
Failed
01/17/2019
in the midst of a historic government shutdown, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell brought to the floor the misleadingly-named "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act." The bill would codify the Hyde Amendment, and would bar anyone receiving subsidies for health care under the ACA from purchasing any plan that covered abortion services. The bill failed to gain the 60 votes needed to end debate and move to a final vote.
Oppose
Failed
01/03/2019
After taking over the House of Representatives during a government shutdown, the new Democratic majority passed an appropriations bill that would fund the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and repeal the Global Gag Rule. Several House members offered a motion to strip out those provisions. It failed 199-232.
Oppose
Failed

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