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EPPC Scholars Meet with Federal Officials to Discuss Concerns Over OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Rule

Rachel N. Morrison

EPPC Policy Analyst Rachel N. Morrison and EPPC Senior Fellow Roger Severino met with federal government officials to discuss concerns over OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard Rulemaking.

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Biden and Becerra Kill Democratic Norms in Rush to Fund Big Abortion

Rachel N. Morrison

The unprecedented politicization of OMB and HHS rulemaking processes under President Biden and HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra violates long-standing agency norms and undercuts the democratic process.

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National Review Online / October 9, 2021

Biden and Becerra Are Making You Fund Abortion, Inc. (Again)

Roger Severino

President Biden and Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra displayed their abortion extremism yet again this Monday when the administration repealed a Trump-era regulation governing the federal family-planning grant program known as Title X.

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National Review / October 7, 2021

‘Separate but Equal’ Policies Have No Place in Health Care

Rachel N. Morrison

America tried “separate but equal” policies once before, and just like then, they have no place today in health care.

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NH Journal / October 4, 2021

Race Discrimination by Any Other Name Is Still Race Discrimination

Rachel N. Morrison

Despite what some attempt to claim these days, race discrimination, even for the purpose of “equity,” is still race discrimination — and illegal.

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National Review Online / September 30, 2021

On Boosters, It’s the White House vs FDA vs CDC vs Fauci vs ‘The Science’

David Gortler

Medicine and health never used to consider politics a relevant data point, but the FDA’s recent silence and back-bending shows this is no longer so. And the FDA is not alone.

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Newsweek / September 29, 2021

Who Has Been Politicizing the HHS Office for Civil Rights?

Roger Severino

Under HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra, and under the day-to-day direction of a political appointee, the HHS Office for Civil Rights has lost its way and is being politicized beyond all recognition.

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National Review Online / September 18, 2021

DOJ Swings Back at Texas, and Whiffs

Roger Severino

The Department of Justice’s lawsuit challenging the Texas Heartbeat Act is so riddled with holes that it will likely lose at the Supreme Court just as Planned Parenthood’s suit did.

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Newsweek / September 16, 2021

White House Mandates Pfizer Vaccines for Millions of Citizens … Before the FDA Clinical or…

David Gortler

Americans are entitled to make informed decisions, and the FDA should disclose its safety and efficacy reviews of Covid-19 vaccines for all to see.

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Forbes / September 15, 2021

Texas’s Absolutely Genius Victory for Life

Roger Severino

The genius of the Texas Heartbeat Act was applying existing legal concepts and frameworks to neutralize the abortion industry’s most potent weapon, the pre-enforcement challenge.

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National Review Online / September 3, 2021

How the FDA’s Lack of Transparency Undermines Public Trust

David Gortler

As the arbiters of drug safety and efficacy, we all entrust the FDA to conduct comprehensive reviews of data. In turn, the FDA ought to embrace the public’s legitimate concern and welcome scientific discussion regarding its decisions.

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Forbes / August 24, 2021

Becerra and Biden Betray Medical Professionals Being Forced to Assist in Abortions

Roger Severino

We now know, if there was ever any doubt, that Biden and Becerra’s first loyalty is not to their proclaimed Catholic faith or to the law, but to abortion, abortion, and more abortion.

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National Review Online / August 3, 2021