March 3, 2010
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- President Barack Obama and Democrats in Congress made it official today -- saying they will use the controversial reconciliation process to railroad the pro-abortion health care bill through Congress. Under the process, the House will attempt to pass the pro-abortion Senate health care bill.
Then, both the House and Senate will go back and approve the reconciliation bill that will make changes to the Senate measure designed to ensure House Democrats will support the bill. In the Senate, Republicans will not be able to filibuster it.
The reconciliation bill will not revoke the massive abortion funding under the Senate measure not correct any of the other pro-abortion problems with the bill. Full story.
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