Abortion rights advocates have been pushing a repeal on the restriction. But they also point to two, albeit smaller, victories in the past year: President Biden’s budget omitted Hyde Amendment language. And House Democrats passed their own long-term funding package that also excluded the policy rider.
- “We’re clear-eyed about barriers in the Senate,” said Morgan Hopkins, interim executive director of campaigns and strategies for All* Above All, an abortion rights group. “What’s most important is the history that has been made this appropriations cycle.”