Five Ways House Democrats Are Using the Budget to Fight Anti-Choice Policy
By Ally Boguhn
Some Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are using funding bills to oppose the Trump administration’s anti-choice agenda.
Though the Republican-majority U.S. Senate and the White House will likely block many, if not all, of the pro-choice budget provisions, the efforts showcase some of the party’s priorities and may ignite debate as congressional leaders seek to hash out a spending deal.
Here are five ways Democrats have sought to use the budget to fight back against attacks on reproductive health, rights, and justice.