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Nation's Largest Employer, Walmart, Expands Abortion Coverage for Employees
(Dreamstime)
In a memo sent to employees on Friday, the company said its health care plans will now cover abortion for employees "when there is a health risk to the mother, rape or incest, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage or lack of fetal viability." Since the Supreme Court's overturning of the abortion landmark Roe v. Wade, states and businesses have been setting their own abortion laws and policies, often conflicting with one another. Until now, though, Walmart has been largely silent on the matter. [Full Story]
Rep. Nehls' Legislation Aimed at Stopping 'Known Terrorists' at Border
Rep. Troy Nehls has introduced legislation to improve border security and speed up deportations by aiming for the numbers of people who are included on the terrorist watchlist and who are making their way into the United States, saying that Americans deserve to know who is entering the country. ... [Full Story]
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