Abortion Rights and Medical Research Orders
President Clinton spoke about his Executive Orders in which he ends the ban on the use of fetal tissue in medical research, suspends the… read more
President Clinton spoke about his Executive Orders in which he ends the ban on the use of fetal tissue in medical research, suspends the Title X regulation known as the “gag rule,” allows the use of military facilities for privately funded abortions, and expedites the Food and Drug Administration’s review of the French abortion drug, RU-486. After his speech he proceeded to sign the orders.} President Clinton then responded to a few questions from reporters about his appointment of Zoe Baird to the position of U.S. Attorney General and the subsequent removal of her name from consideration for that office. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
Late Term Abortion Veto
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Medical Coverage for Clinical Trials
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Presidential News Conference
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Presidential Radio Address
In his weekly radio address, President Clinton talked about cancer research.