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On Monday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins" Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, Rep. Mark Meadows (R –N.C.), joins Tony to discuss President Trump's executive action to reinstate the Mexico City Policy. Midwest Regional Director of Students for Life of America, Reagan Barklage, joins Tony to share her experience and observations from the Women's March on Washington. Also, Tony will weigh in with his thoughts on the Inauguration and the Faith, Freedom, Future Ball. 

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Abortion supporters are at it again by working to defeat a bill which would prohibit taxpayers like you and me from paying for other people's abortions.

Yes, that's right-: abortion supporters want us, the taxpayers, to continue to pay for abortions, especially in government programs like Obamacare.

We must work together to pass H.R. 7, the "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act."

For over 30 years, the Hyde Amendment and other pro-life provisions have been renewed annually to prevent federal funds from being used to pay for abortions or healthcare plans which include abortion coverage. For over 30 years, Republicans and Democrats have come together to ensure that despite our differences, we should at least be able to agree that the government should not subsidize abortion.

Abortion is not healthcare, but Obamacare violates this longstanding consensus and bypasses the Hyde Amendment by giving taxpayer subsidies for abortions in the form of tax credits for healthcare plans which include abortion coverage. To restore the status quo and codify the bipartisan nationwide consensus on restricting government funding of abortion, Congress must pass H.R. 7.

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Ken Blackwell is Senior Fellow for Human Rights and Constitutional Governance at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Heritage Foundation's 2016 Index of Culture and Opportunity. Politicians often argue that the solution to reducing crime is more government programs or building bigger jails. Yet government cannot adequately address the underlying problems of criminal behavior or fill the holes in people’s lives. What families need more than government programs are married fathers and mothers together in the home ... (more)

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