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Dems claim Katie Britt's new bill would create a 'database of pregnant women'

Shortly after it was introduced, Democrats quickly condemned a new Republican bill that aims to compile resources on a government website for expecting mothers, postpartum women and young mothers. They alleged that it was a covert attempt to establish a "database of pregnant women," potentially enabling the government to block access to abortions.

The More Opportunities for Moms to Succeed Act, which was shortened to the MOMS Act, was introduced by Sen. Katie Britt, the Alabama Republican who made headlines for her response to the State of the Union speech earlier this year. The MOMS Act would establish a government-run website, pregnancy.gov, intended to be a go-to resource for mothers and pregnant women as they seek support through the various stages of both pregnancy and early motherhood.

There is currently a government website for abortion resources, ReproductiveRights.gov. The site routes women to AbortionFinder.org, telling visitors that it can assist with obtaining "abortion funds." The site provides information on rights to abortions, where to find legal help, and points them towards the Justice Department's Reproductive Rights Task Force.


Pregnancy.gov would be "a clearinghouse of relevant resources available for pregnant and postpartum women, and women parenting young children," per the bill. The site would ask for a woman's zip code in order to find local resources and populate them for her. It would additionally include "a mechanism for users to take an assessment through the website and provide consent to use the user’s contact information, which the [Department of Health and Human Services secretary] may use to conduct

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