Trump Admin Tells U.N. to Drop Term “Reproductive Health and Rights”

HeadlineSep 24, 2019

Trump made a brief and unexpected stop at the U.N. Climate Action Summit before moving to a U.N. session on religious freedom, where he committed $25 million to “protect religious freedom, religious sites, and relics.” Meanwhile, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar urged world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly to cut the term “reproductive health and rights” when speaking about healthcare. Azar said these “ambiguous terms” can help “promote practices like abortion.”

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