Mexico City Policy

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A US government policy that has required (when it is followed) non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that receive federal funding to refrain from performing or promoting abortion services as a method of family planning in other countries.
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And in his first week in office, Trump's administration re-established the Reagan-era Mexico City Policy, stopping international nongovernmental organizations that promote or provide abortions from receiving federal funding.
In his first week in the Oval Office, President Trump reinstated the Mexico City Policy, preventing taxpayer-funded foreign aid from paying for abortion or promoting abortion beyond Americas borders.
The White House has advanced several policies through executive orders rather than legislation, starting with an expanded version of the Bush-era Mexico City policy, which bars U.
On the positive side, one of Donald Trump's first official actions as president was to re-implement the Mexico City Policy, first initiated by the Reagan administration (before being rescinded by Bill Clinton, re-instituted by George W.
23, President Donald Trump signed an executive order reinstating the Mexico City Policy, also known as the global gag rule, which prohibits U.
In the same press conference, he discussed Trump's reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy and seemed to indeed have facts of his own regarding the policy.
President Trump has reinstated and expanded the Mexico City Policy prohibiting foreign nongovernmental organizations from offering counseling or referrals for abortion services if they receive funding from the U.
El lunes 23, Donald Trump reinstalo la Mexico City Policy, justo despues de la espectacular Marcha de las Mujeres y de la celebracion numero 44 de la decision de la Suprema Corte de Justicia del 22 de enero de 1973, que asento que el aborto es una decision que atane a la intimidad de las mujeres.
The law, formally known as the Mexico City Policy for the location it was announced in, (http://www.
The global gag rule, also known as the Mexico City policy, was devised by the Reagan administration in 1984 to impose an expansive set of antiabortion rules on the overseas family planning program.
The Mexico City Policy, also known as the "Global Gag Rule," sporadically applied since the 1980s by conservative administrations, prohibited foreign organizations receiving US economic aid the right to use non-US funding to provide information for legal abortion or advocate for the legalization of abortion in their country.
2) In the intervening years, the Mexico City policy has been