House Passes Troubling Short Term Continuing Resolution

Bill To Temporarily Fund Government Contains Anti-Civil Liberties Provisions FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: (202) 675-2312 or media@dcaclu.org WASHINGTON – The House passed a continuing resolution today containing two very troubling anti-civil liberties provisions. The continuing resolution is a bill meant to fund the government for one week and pay for the Department of Defense through September. However, the bill contains provisions that would prevent Washington, D.C. from using its own locally raised funds to pay for abortion care for low-income women as well as a blanket ban on Guant

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