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Congressional Record on Choice


Anti-choice legislation

ACA Repeal and Attack on Planned Parenthood (7/25/17)

H.R.1628

Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017, H.R.1628. Motion to waive certain Senate rules on the FY’17 budget reconciliation legislation. Waiving these rules would move forward a bill to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, including restrictions on private insurance coverage of abortion care, and disqualify Planned Parenthood from participating in federal healthcare programs for one year. (Some anti-choice lawmakers cast what appear to be pro-choice votes; most observers recognize that those votes were cast for reasons unrelated to reproductive health.) Failed 43-57. A pro-choice vote (✓) was against the motion (7/25/17)

Votes for bill:
  • Anti-choice position
43
Votes against bill:
  • Pro-choice position
57
Absences or N/A: 0
  • Absences or N/A
0
Voting Record

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