'Reproductive healthcare' task force seen for what it is

'Reproductive healthcare' task force seen for what it is

'Reproductive healthcare' task force seen for what it is

A pro-life advocate doesn't think the Biden administration's new task force on life issues is up to any good.

Carol Tobias, president of the National Right to Life Committee, says Biden has unveiled the Task Force on Reproductive Healthcare Access to explore ways to increase access to abortion and to find ways to circumvent federal and state laws.

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"They do not like that so many of the states are trying to protect unborn children and have passed laws or that the states are trying to protect women," she tells American Family News.

Another part of the left's agenda is to change Title X family planning rules in order to increase the number of abortions.

"Maybe they will try to change the guidelines as to who is eligible to participate in the Title X program so that more women can be counseled and referred for abortion by Planned Parenthood with our money," Tobias submits.

She says she would not be surprised if the task force looks for ways to require hospitals, doctors, and medical students to distribute abortion pills and perform surgical abortions, regardless of religious beliefs.

"I would not be surprised to see the administration start paying for a woman who travels out of state to get an abortion," Tobias adds.

California and New York are already exploring ways to cover expenses for women to travel there from other states to terminate their preborn children.