President Biden has officially completed his hundredth day in the Oval Office.
In addition to sweeping actions on energy and immigration policy, as well as diversity within executive agencies, President Biden has spent the first hundred days of his first term upending President Trump’s statutes to protect the unborn.
Biden’s platform vowed that his administration will codify Roe v. Wade, fund abortion conglomerate Planned Parenthood, and enact several more policies that would expand abortion access across the United States. Indeed, as Biden has fulfilled these promises, he has earned accolades from various pro-choice activist groups.
Here are five pro-life policies Biden scrapped in only three months in office.
Mexico City Policy
Within his first week in office, President Biden reversed the Mexico City Policy.
First enacted by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, the Mexico City Policy bars federal funding overseas from being used to “perform abortions, provide advice, counseling, or information regarding abortion, or lobby a foreign government to legalize abortion or make abortion services