Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Immigration continues to take a back seat

Though this article is not on Mexico, immigration, or any similarly related topic, I'm posting it because it shows our government's (president's) focus...and it's not immigration. Unfortunately, the more we watch our nation's political focus, the more it becomes evident that immigration will be postponed...again.

A policy change on abortion, but how radical?

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama's health care bill would change federal policy on abortion, but not open the spigot of taxpayer dollars that some abortion opponents fear.
Major anti-abortion groups such as the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the National Right to Life Committee say the Senate provisions expected to come before the House shortly are a backdoor taxpayer subsidy for abortion. Other abortion opponents disagree.
The bitter dispute could derail Obama's quest to remake the health insurance system after a yearlong campaign. It is vexing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., as she and other Democratic leaders try to find enough votes to pass Obama's domestic initiative.

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