VIDEO: Rachel N. Morrison on HHS Attempt to Overturn Trump-Era Conscience Protections

November 19, 2021 | EWTN News In Depth

On November 19, 2021, EPPC Policy Analyst Rachel N. Morrison appeared on EWTN News In Depth to discuss an attempt by the Department of Health and Human Services under President Biden and HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra to roll back conscience and religious liberty protections with a rule that would mandate coverage of abortion, gender transitions, and more. (Read more about this story in the National Catholic Register.)

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