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A newly proposed regulation by the Trump-administration at the end of the Obama-era policy restricting Federal funds to flow to some of the faith-based adoption organizations.
Rollback to a last-minute regulation in force, which is praised under former President Obama, the President of Trump management, the Christian conservative defense of religious freedom, with a new proposed rule from the Department of health and Human Services (HHS) that would allow faith-foster care and adoption services receive state funding, even if they turn away couples because of their religious beliefs.
The new rule proposed Thursday, returns the rules under the Obama administration, to get the required religious organizations to be, a waiver in order to apply to the grant of a HHS, unless you count sexual orientation as a protected characteristic under anti-discrimination protection.
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The move angered LGBTQ activists and progressives, who argue that it will reduce the number of available homes — something that actually happened, such as the local government and the member States to the Obama-era rule adopted largely targeting Roman Catholic and Evangelical Protestant organizations, according to The Wall Street Journal.
In an op-ed for the WSJ on Monday, Russell Moore, said the trump administration “took a major step in the direction of the solution of the problem of” religious organizations hold to a biblical definition of marriage between a man and a woman is punished to be in “proxy-culture wars” that do not focus on the “welfare of the children.”
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Moore points to the city of Philadelphia to block the Catholic Social services of placement of children in children’s homes in March 2018, because the Catholic Church’s teaching on marriage, and the Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, relying on the rule, if you try to cancel, state-approved foster care and adoption services agreement with St. Vincent Catholic charities.
“Charities should not have to choose between their religious views and beliefs, in implementation, the help for the needy,” Stephanie Hamill, Daily caller-video-columnist, told Shannon Bream on “Fox News @ Night.”
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said, “the need for this action is unfortunately obvious, as various state and local governments, freedom of religion have been humiliated protection and the First Amendment, forcing the shutdown of faith-based adoption providers who refuse to leave their faith at the door.”
The Catholic Association, told Fox News the rollback helps to “free” religious organisations “children in need”, without violating their belief that children do best in a home with a married mother and father.
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“Agencies that are looking for loving foster parents and adoptive parents should not be the subject of ideological shakedowns of the government,” said Andrea Picciotti-Bayer, a lawyer for The Catholic Association Foundation.
Left-wing activists, however, argue that the government is planning a reduction in the number of qualified parents to adopt or to foster a child.
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“You really need to meet the needs of the needy, religious beliefs, when it comes to these problems,” Cathy Areu, Catalina magazine founder, a Catholic himself, told bream.
“The religious freedom to discriminate is not a license to,” the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said in a tweet. “The needs of the children in our care system must come first.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.