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Chelsey provides a comprehensive overview of the legislation, highlighting its significance in blocking the Biden administration's attempt to exclude pregnancy centers from the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program. We explore how this legislation impacts pregnancy centers nationwide, ensuring that the 40,000 families served by organizations like Human Coalition, and the broader 975,000 families served by pregnancy centers, receive vital medical, financial, and material services.

Chelsey shares her perspective on the choices made by the U.S. House, emphasizing care and compassion, and contrasts this with what she perceives as abandonment and neglect by the Biden administration. Her recent statement underscores the importance of societal decisions in shaping a supportive environment for pregnant women in need.

The discussion delves into specific examples of the services and support that families can now access due to the legislation. We also explore the potential consequences had the Biden administration's attempt succeeded in excluding pregnancy centers from TANF.

Looking ahead, Chelsey discusses Human Coalition's plans to leverage the legislation to further their mission of assisting women and families through healthy pregnancies. The conversation concludes with an exploration of the role of government policies in either supporting or neglecting pregnant women and potential improvements.

Chelsey Youman, Esq., serves the pro-life coalition, as well as women and their preborn children, by advocating for pro-life policies and jurisprudence; mobilizing and unifying local grassroots to strengthen the pro-life movement and its footprint; and engaging with the public to ultimately strengthen our community’s desire to enable women and protect preborn children.

Chelsey’s professional experience includes working as senior counsel and chief of staff for First Liberty Institute, concentrating on religious liberty matters and First Amendment rights. At First Liberty Institute, she litigated on behalf of and advised hundreds of clients regarding conscience rights nationwide. Chelsey has also worked in private practice, where she successfully litigated corporate fraud matters, complex commercial litigation, and consumer rights issues in both federal and state jurisdictions.

Chelsey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Texas A&M, and a J.D. from Southern Methodist University.

Chelsey is happily married with three children. Her family is active in their church, serving in the premarital and pro-life ministries there. They enjoy traveling, adventuring, and eating good food.

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Chelsey provides a comprehensive overview of the legislation, highlighting its significance in blocking the Biden administration's attempt to exclude pregnancy centers from the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program. We explore how this legislation impacts pregnancy centers nationwide, ensuring that the 40,000 families served by organizations like Human Coalition, and the broader 975,000 families served by pregnancy centers, receive vital medical, financial, and material services. Chelsey shares her perspective on the choices made by the U.S. House, emphasizing care and compassion, and contrasts this with what she perceives as abandonment and neglect by the Biden administration. Her recent statement underscores the importance of societal decisions in shaping a supportive environment for pregnant women in need. The discussion delves into specific examples of the services and support that families can now access due to the legislation. We also explore the potential consequences had the Biden administration's attempt succeeded in excluding pregnancy centers from TANF. Looking ahead, Chelsey discusses Human Coalition's plans to leverage the legislation to further their mission of assisting women and families through healthy pregnancies. The conversation concludes with an exploration of the role of government policies in either supporting or neglecting pregnant women and potential improvements. Chelsey Youman, Esq., serves the pro-life coalition, as well as women and their preborn children, by advocating for pro-life policies and jurisprudence; mobilizing and unifying local grassroots to strengthen the pro-life movement and its footprint; and engaging with the public to ultimately strengthen our community’s desire to enable women and protect preborn children. Chelsey’s professional experience includes working as senior counsel and chief of staff for First Liberty Institute, concentrating on religious liberty matters and First Amendment rights. At First Liberty Institute, she litigated on behalf of and advised hundreds of clients regarding conscience rights nationwide. Chelsey has also worked in private practice, where she successfully litigated corporate fraud matters, complex commercial litigation, and consumer rights issues in both federal and state jurisdictions. Chelsey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Texas A&M, and a J.D. from Southern Methodist University. Chelsey is happily married with three children. Her family is active in their church, serving in the premarital and pro-life ministries there. They enjoy traveling, adventuring, and eating good food. https://hucoaction.org/leadership/chelsey-youman/ https://www.humancoalition.org/ leggi di più leggi meno

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