Biden administration unveils 'action plan' in response to 'despicable' SCOTUS abortion decision

6/28/2022 8:04:00 PM

HHS will 'take steps to increase access' to FDA-approved abortion pills, among other actions.

HHS will 'take steps to increase access' to FDA-approved abortion pills as red states continue to impose restrictions on them, Secretary Xavier Becerra says. He called the SCOTUS ruling overturning Roe 'despicable, but not unpredictable.'

HHS will 'take steps to increase access' to FDA-approved abortion pills, among other actions.

on the medication.Fox News contributor and theologian Jonathan Morris joined 'Fox & Friends Weekend' with insight.DENVER — As Denver Pride Fest celebrations come to an end, many in the LGBTQ+ community are grappling with the Supreme Court's decision on abortion.Photo: Kate Green/Getty Images Olivia Rodrigo got an entire crowd to sing “F*ck You” to the Supreme Court on Saturday, just two days after the Court released the Dobbs decision ending Roe v.

Becerra said that federal law require the government to provide abortion pills in certain circumstances, such as to save the life of the woman and in cases of rape or incest.HHS will work with the "as they work to ensure that states may not ban medication abortion based on a disagreement with the FDA.Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra mentioned the idea during a Saturday interview with NBC News' Kate Snow at the Aspen Ideas: Health conference." State of play: Becerra called the high court decision "despicable, but not unpredictable" and said he's directing his department's Office for Civil Rights to ensure privacy and non-discrimination for patients seeking reproductive health care, as well as for health care providers who perform abortions."Queer women, non-binary folks, trans men all utilize abortion care.Becerra is also directing officials to examine authorities granted under the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act, a federal law that forces hospitals to treat medical emergencies without considering if a patient can pay, "to ensure that clinical judgment of doctors and hospitals is supported in treating pregnant patients.When asked if he could legally provide such services, Becerra smiled and said:"talk to me later." He said he is seeking to reaffirm that "abortion care can be appropriate to stabilize patients.And I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court who have shown us that, at the end of the day, they truly don’t give a shit about freedom.

" HHS will work to ensure that all providers have appropriate training and resources to handle family planning needs, "including administering patient referrals for care and helping patients navigate this new reality.MAXINE WATERS: AMERICANS WILL ‘DEFY’ SUPREME COURT FOLLOWING ABORTION RULING Supporters of abortion rights chant slogans outside a Planned Parenthood clinic during a protest in West Hollywood, Calif.At the same time, LGBTQ-plus people disproportionately struggle with poverty according to UCLA." Finally, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will take "every legally available step" to protect family planning care, including access to contraceptives, he said.HHS also launched a on Tuesday that provides additional information to the public on what their reproductive rights are.S.Between the lines: Becerra said that the administration has "made no decisions" when it comes to the idea of using federal lands to provide abortion care , but he added that "every option is on the table." The overturning of Roe v." Asked if HHS plans a legal challenge to state abortion bans, Becerra said that "we will do everything we can to make sure Americans understand what their rights are.(AP Photo/Jae C.“I’m having like the shittiest day,” she said in between songs.

" He added that if a patient is denied abortion care needed to preserve the their life, "we will take action..I would tell if… you're recording so I won't tell you," he added.To read more about that, click here...S.We are intent in protecting people's rights under the law.I went to planned parenthood where they gave me the abortion pill.

" What he's saying: Last Friday, "five Americans decided to use the vast power bestowed upon them by our democracy and our constitution to unconscionably put at risk the life and health of millions of our fellow Americans," Becerra said, referring to a majority of justices."They chose to unconscionably limit, Americans establish freedom and autonomy to control their own body decisions usually made in consultation with their doctor, not a politician.And they chose to unconscionably strip away the fundamental health care protections that every American of childbearing age has known all their lives," he added."The Supreme Court's decision will result in worse and health outcomes, and death, for some patients." "This is a critical moment in our history.” Bridgers, Eilish, and Rodrigo are just a few of the celebrities who have spoken out against the Supreme Court’s decision dismantling Roe v.

How we respond will speak to how we view the rights, the dignity and the well-being of women, everybody.This is a moment of crisis in health care." Go deeper:.

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