HHS Cuts Funds to Catholic Bishops Who Help Human Trafficking Victims

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
10/26/2011
       
HHS Cuts Funds to Catholic Bishops Who Help Human Trafficking Victims

The American Civil Liberties Union finally got its way. The pro-abortion wObama administration’s Health and Human Services Department, led by renegade Catholic Kathleen Sebelius, has cut off funding for the Catholic bishops' program to help victims of human trafficking.

The decision ends $2.5 million in funding for the bishops' office of Migration and Refugee Services, which provides help to women exploited by those who would force them into hard labor, and often into prostitution. The women become virtual sex slaves.

The ACLU sued the government in 2009, and having offered arguments in federal court just last week, pushed Sebelius and her boss into ending the subsidies.

Two weeks ago, Sebelius explained to a crowd of abortion proponents at a luncheon for NARAL Pro-Choice America that she and her allies were in a “war” for abortion.

The American Civil Liberties Union finally got its way. The pro-abortion wObama administration’s Health and Human Services Department, led by renegade Catholic Kathleen Sebelius (photo), has cut off funding for the Catholic bishops' program to help victims of human trafficking.

The decision ends $2.5 million in funding for the bishops' office of Migration and Refugee Services, which provides help to women exploited by those who would force them into hard labor, and often into prostitution. The women become virtual sex slaves.

The ACLU sued the government in 2009, and having offered arguments in federal court just last week, pushed Sebelius and her boss into ending the subsidies.

Two weeks ago, Sebelius explained to a crowd of abortion proponents at a luncheon for NARAL Pro-Choice America that she and her allies were in a “war” for abortion.

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