With its 9-0 ruling in favor of the Fulton plaintiffs, the Supreme Court is saying people with sincere faith-informed understandings of social issues that cut against the grain of secularist thought aren’t to be treated as bigots, and government needs to back off.
National Review Online
/ June 18, 2021
Charlotte Burrows, chairwoman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), posted a guidance document purporting to apply Bostock v. Clayton County, which redefined Title VII’s prohibitions on discrimination “because of sex” to include sexual orientation and transgender status in certain contexts.
National Review Online
/ June 15, 2021
Since the FDA operates without external oversight, it’s not possible to hold the agency accountable for bad approval decisions that ultimately place taxpayers on the hook for hundreds of billions of dollars via Medicare Part B program.
/ June 11, 2021
Rachel N. Morrison
Planned Parenthood is directly implicated in litigation currently before the Supreme Court on a donor disclosure law, but is mysteriously silent on the issue.
/ June 3, 2021
EPPC Policy Analyst Rachel N. Morrison offered comment at HHS’s COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force meeting, urging the task force “to ensure that your efforts to promote equity do not encourage or enable illegal discrimination.”
/ May 28, 2021
There is an enormous national security risk to relying on geopolitical adversaries like China for America’s life-saving drugs. This is similar to the risk that both the Republican and Democrat parties recognized with respect to our energy supplies, where a renewed focus on domestic production enabled the U.S. to become a net oil exporter by 2019. The move to energy independence created good paying jobs for thousands of Americans.
/ May 25, 2021
HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra and Assistant Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine seem to want to intimidate scientists, health care providers and insurers into bowing to gender identity politics without having to explain their actions to the public.
/ May 20, 2021
EPPC Policy Analyst Rachel N. Morrison submitted a public comment to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) objecting to HHS’s proposed Title X 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.
/ May 17, 2021
China is allowing only those tested for COVID-19 and vaccinated with its proprietary vaccines to enter their country. This represents a problem when it comes to the regulation of drugs for American consumers: China’s vaccine entry requirements make it nearly impossible for the FDA to fully staff regulatory operational activity in China.
/ April 23, 2021
The Biden administration is attempting to reverse Trump administration regulations that blocked Title X funds from subsidizing abortions.
Federalist Society Commentary
/ April 22, 2021
The Biden administration’s instant political dismissal of key public health and FDA safety programs, without any reasonable transition, not only dissolved great ideas and threw away decades of expertise and insight – it wasted taxpayer money.
/ March 20, 2021
Roger Severino was asked to step down before his term on the Council of the Administrative Conference of the United States ended. Now, he has filed a suit against the Biden White House for firing him after he refused to resign.
National Catholic Register
/ February 5, 2021