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EPPC Scholars Meet with Federal Officials to Oppose Changes to Religious and Moral Exemptions to…

Rachel N. Morrison

On Tuesday, August 2, 2022, EPPC Fellow Rachel N. Morrison and Senior Fellow Roger Severino met with federal government officials…

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/ August 4, 2022

Department of Education Proposes Title IX Rule with Opportunity for Public Comment

Rachel N. Morrison

In line with the Biden administration’s equity and gender identity policy priorities, the Department of Education (ED) has proposed new regulations on Title IX of the Civil Rights Act of 1972, which prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded educational programs and activities.

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The Federalist Society Blog / July 26, 2022

EPPC Scholar Meets with Federal Officials to Discuss Concerns over Anticipated Regulations for Faith-Based Organizations

Rachel N. Morrison

On Friday, July 15, 2022, EPPC Fellow Rachel N. Morrison met with federal government officials to discuss concerns over an…

 

Biden’s FDA Supports Vaccinating America’s Infants While his CDC Selectively Ignores Risks From Illegal Immigrants

David Gortler

While the FDA pushes vaccines on all age groups—claiming that a dire COVID-19 public health emergency still exists—the White House appears perfectly comfortable with the CDC’s April 1 decision to terminate a public health authority meant to prevent the spread of COVID-19 across our borders.

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Newsweek / July 15, 2022

The Biden Administration’s Post-Dobbs, Post-Roe Response

Rachel N. Morrison

The White House, HHS, DOJ, and other federal agencies have been issuing statements and policy positions under existing law at a steady pace.

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The Federalist Society / July 14, 2022

EPPC Files Brief in Support of Alabama Law Protecting Children from Harmful Transitioning Treatments

Rachel N. Morrison

The brief explains that there is no medical consensus regarding an authoritative standard of care for gender dysphoria or transitioning treatments and that such treatments can lead to serious harms, especially for children.

 

Joe Biden’s COVID Vaccine Strategy: Shots For Kids, But Not Illegal Immigrants

David Gortler

Under President Biden, our own federal agencies don’t agree if we are in a health emergency or not.

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1945 / June 30, 2022

Biden Issues Executive Order Promoting “LGBTQI+” Policies

Rachel N. Morrison

President Joe Biden issued yet another executive order promoting his administration’s “LGBTQI+” policies.

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FedSoc Blog / June 23, 2022

EPPC Files Brief in Suit Challenging HHS Transgender Mandate

Rachel N. Morrison

EPPC has filed a friend-of-court brief in support of a lawsuit challenging a mandate by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services requiring healthcare providers under the guise of nondiscrimination to perform and provide insurance coverage for “gender-transition procedures.”

PDF / June 22, 2022

Evidence Shows Healthy Children Don’t Need COVID-19 Vaccines

David Gortler

There is no need for a primary series of COVID-19 vaccines for children. The young have a decreased benefit from COVID-19 vaccination but are also at a greater safety risk. Plus, many children have already had COVID and have the benefits of naturally acquired immunity.

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Charlemagne Institute / June 15, 2022

EPPC Scholar Submits Public Comment Opposing EUAs for Pfizer, Moderna Covid Vaccines for Children

David Gortler

EPPC Fellow David Gortler submitted a comment to the FDA for a public advisory meeting of the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee opposing Emergency Use Authorization requests by Moderna and Pfizer for Covid vaccines for children.

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EPPC Scholar Submits Public Comment Objecting to Novavax Vaccine EUA

David Gortler

EPPC Fellow David Gortler submitted a public comment to the Food and Drug Administration on a public advisory committee meeting of the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee to discuss an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) request by Novavax for a vaccine to prevent COVID-19 in individuals 18 years of age and older.

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