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Cotton Statement on HHS’s Proposed Rules for Title X Funding

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May 18, 2018

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Caroline Tabler<mailto:[email protected]> or James Arnold<mailto:[email protected]> (202) 224-2353 May 18, 2018
Cotton Statement on HHS’s Proposed Rules for Title X Funding
Washington, D.C. — Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) today released the following statement on the Department of Health and Human Services’s new proposal to protect Title X family-planning grants from being used to fund abortion clinics:
“It’s a basic principle of human decency that taxpayer dollars should go only to those clinics that protect life, instead of those that end it. My colleagues and I had raised concerns with the Department of Health and Human Services that past changes to Title X regulations had allowed abortion clinics to receive federal funding, in violation of federal law, and I’m pleased to see HHS has revised them. Now the distinction is clear, more lives will be protected, and we can continue the work of creating a culture of life.”
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