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  •  for real (1+ / 0-)
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    the original comment is half right. yes, this is politics. and it's half wrong - no, the admin won't be scrambling around to pass this "immediately after he's inaugurated" or any such thing.

    •  I was thinking it would be like this: (0+ / 0-)
      The Mexico City Policy, also known by critics as the Mexico City Gag Rule and the Global Gag Rule,[1] was an intermittent United States government policy that required all non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that receive federal funding to refrain from performing or promoting abortion services, as a method of family planning, in other countries. The policy is a political flashpoint in the abortion debate, with Republican administrations adopting it and Democratic administrations rescinding it. The policy was enacted soon after Republican President Ronald Reagan took office in 1984, rescinded by Democratic President Bill Clinton in January 1993, re-instituted in January 2001 as Republican President George W. Bush took office, and rescinded January 23, 2009, 2 days after Democratic President Barack Obama took office.

      Thats from Wikipedia.

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