23% Increase Over 2018: Taxpayers are Funding Abortion on Demand Even if Their State Opts Out

WASHINGTON -- Today Family Research Council (FRC) and Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), the research arm of Susan B. Anthony List, announced the results of their fifth annual comprehensive review of elective abortion coverage in Individual and Family health insurance plans offered on healthcare.gov and state-based exchanges under the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare"). Open enrollment began on November 1 and continues until December 15.

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New York, NY – Today, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. announced Make America Great Again rallies featuring President Donald Trump on Monday, November 26 at 5:00 pm CST at the Tupelo Regional Airport in Tupelo, Mississippi, and at 8:00 pm CST at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi.

These rallies represent the fifth and sixth rallies in the great State of Mississippi since Donald Trump first began his race for president in June, 2015, including a first-time rally in Tupelo and the second time a rally has been hosted in Biloxi.

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Last month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration held a public meeting to discuss the use of livestock and poultry cell lines to develop cell-cultured food products. At this meeting, stakeholders shared valuable perspectives on the regulation needed to both foster these innovative food products and maintain the highest standards of public health. The public comment period will be extended and will remain open through December 26, 2018.

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COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster today sent a letter to South Carolina’s congressional delegation with revised estimates for federal funding requests for Hurricane Florence recovery efforts.

A copy of the governor’s letter can be found here.

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 St. Louis, MO: By a vote of 58-35, Ohio House lawmakers voted Thursday afternoon to pass the Heartbeat Bill. This bill would protect all babies in utero once their heartbeats are detectable - an estimated 20,000 babies per year. The bill will now head to the Ohio Senate.

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Remember "we have to pass Obamacare to find out what's in it?" Well, in some cases, "you have to buy it to find out what's in it." And all too often, what's in it is abortion.

Under the last administration, the government did everything it could to keep consumers in the dark about their plans. They even got insurers involved, blocking companies from explaining the abortion surcharges up front. In other words, most Americans who were shopping for a plan on the exchange had to wait until they got their statement of benefits until they knew if the policy violated their beliefs. And even then, they might not even know how much the abortion surcharge was!

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Dwight Loftis for SC State Senate District 6

On Monday November 12th, State Rep. Dwight Loftis announced his candidacy for the South Carolina Senate, seat 6. This seat was held by US Congressman-Elect William Timmons.

He expressed his gratitude for the confidence the citizens of District 19 have placed in him in past elections to represent them.  He said it is a privilege and honor to represent the community and a responsibility that he takes very seriously. Loftis pledges the same commitment of service that he gave District 19 as a state representative.

He gave the following press release:

"The issues that I have on record of advocating for, I will continue advocating for in the Senate with the same passion.

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