Lifenews.com - Joe Biden’s administration has dropped a lawsuit that President Donald Trump had filed on behalf of a pro-life nurse who was forced to participate in an abortion. The decision to quit representing the nurse, who’s conscience rights were violated, continues to underscore just how important it is to have a president who governs pro-life and the crucial setbacks for pro-life advocates when an ardent abortion activist gets into the White House.
As LifeNews.com reported last year, in December the Trump administration filed a lawsuit against the University of Vermont Medical Center, which forced a nurse to kill a baby in an abortion. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced the lawsuit then as part of its efforts to protect health professionals from being forced to participate in abortions.
In 2017, a Vermont nurse was forced into participating in an abortion that went against her deeply held religious beliefs because she opposes killing unborn children.
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