AP confirms:  Obama plan would allow abortion coverage

 As the Associated Press accurately reports in a new story, the health care legislation being pushed by the Obama White House would cover elective abortions.  Under the Senate bill, sponsored by Senator Edward Kennedy, "the public plan -- and private insurance offered in the exchange -- would be allowed to cover abortion, without funding restrictions," the AP reports.

Phony "compromise" language approved by a House committee, over pro-life objections (the Capps Amendment), would authorize the new government-run "public plan" to cover elective abortions, and also permit new federal premium subsidies to flow to private plans that cover elective abortions.  
"Under either the Senate bill or the House bill, the federal government would run a huge system of subsidizing elective abortion,"
said NRLC Legislative Director Douglas Johnson. 

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