POLL: Should healthcare providers be forced to perform services that violate their beliefs?
A new Trump administration rule schedule to go into effect on Nov. 22 has now been blocked. The Hill reported the following:
A federal judge in New York on Wednesday struck down a Trump administration rule that would make it easier for health care providers to refuse to perform services, such as abortions, that conflict with their religious beliefs.
District Judge Paul Engelmayer invalidated the rule on multiple grounds, including a finding that it violated the Constitution’s spending clause by allowing the administration to cut off funds approved by Congress to providers who do not comply with the rule by forcing employees to perform services to which they object.
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