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LifeNews Note: Charles A. “Chuck” Donovan is president of the Charlotte Lozier Institute.
Washington, DC – Of all the spending debates that have occurred in Congress over the years, none is better-known than the annual debates that have taken place over the Hyde Amendment. This spending policy was first introduced in 1976 by Rep. Henry Hyde of Illinois. It was a crown point of an illustrious career in Congress. It was also a point of controversy, and it remains so today. But one aspect of the Amendment and its consequences is not in dispute: the Hyde Amendment saves lives.
In 2016 scholar and statistician Michael J. New, Ph.D. conducted a thorough analysis of the impact of the Hyde Amendment at the 40th anniversary mark of its initial enactment. …