EPPC President Ryan T. Anderson on Fulton v. Philadelphia: “Big Win for Religious Liberty”
Ryan T. Anderson calls the Supreme Court’s Fulton decision “a big win for religious liberty and for all Americans who support the truth about marriage.”
EPPC Welcomes Patrick T. Brown as Fellow in Family Policy
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is pleased to announce that Patrick T. Brown, a former senior Senate staffer in the Joint Economic Committee and family policy analyst, has joined EPPC as a Fellow, working on pro-family social and economic policy.
Broad Coalition Submits Objections to HHS Proposal to Funnel Millions of Taxpayer Dollars to Abortion Providers
A coalition of more than twenty organizations—including leading think tanks, religious institutions, and public interest medical, legal, and advocacy groups—are submitting comments to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) objecting to HHS’s proposed rule that would funnel millions of taxpayer dollars to abortion providers by undoing a Trump-era regulation that ensured separation between Title X funded programs and abortion activities.
Media Advisory: Press conference on objections to HHS proposed Title X rule funneling money to abortion providers
On Monday, May 17, EPPC will host a virtual press conference with leading advocates to discuss proposed action by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to overturn Title X regulations that require physical and financial separation between abortion activities and Title X projects.
Jennifer Bryson Appointed as Fellow in EPPC’s Catholic Women’s Forum
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is pleased to announce that Jennifer Bryson, Ph.D., has joined EPPC as a Fellow in EPPC’s Catholic Women’s Forum. At EPPC she will focus on translating the works of the Catholic writer Ida Friederike Görres from German to English.
EPPC Senior Fellow Roger Severino Comments on “Lawless Action” By HHS Secretary Becerra
EPPC Senior Fellow Roger Severino comments on Secretary Xavier Becerra’s announcement that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will immediately begin enforcing prohibitions on “sex” discrimination in health care under Section 1557 of Obamacare to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
EPPC Welcomes Carrie Gress and Noelle Mering, Launches Theology of Home Project
EPPC’s Theology of Home Project will focus on equipping biblically orthodox Americans in living out the faith under the challenging new circumstances of twenty-first century America.
David Gortler and Rachel N. Morrison Join EPPC’s HHS Accountability Project
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is pleased to announce that David Gortler and Rachel N. Morrison have joined EPPC to serve on EPPC’s HHS Accountability Project, which monitors HHS not only for waste and abuse, but for actions that threaten the civil rights of and quality of healthcare for all Americans.
Statement from Pro-Life Catholic Scholars on the Moral Acceptability of Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines
EPPC has organized a statement from leading pro-life Catholic scholars to explain why it is morally acceptable for pro-life citizens to receive any of the COVID-19 vaccines currently available.
EPPC Welcomes Gabrielle Girgis, Nathanael Blake as Inaugural Postdoctoral Fellows
The Ethics and Public Policy Center is pleased to announce the creation of a Postdoctoral Fellowship, and the selection of Dr. Gabrielle M. Girgis and Dr. Nathanael Blake as EPPC’s inaugural Postdoctoral Fellows.