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The rule, first proposed during the Reagan era, was hit by legal challenges by Planned Parenthood and other groups and was never fully implemented. It was later rescinded altogether by President Bill Clinton. Abortion-rights groups are likely to take to the courts again in efforts to stop the proposal.

"This 'gag rule' is not only unconscionable, but it undermines medical ethics by forcing health care professionals to withhold accurate and timely medical information from patients," Dr. Jenn Conti, a fellow with Physicians for Reproductive Health, said in a statement Thursday.

"As a provider of comprehensive reproductive health care, it is my number one priority to keep my patients safe and honor the trust they give me. If I can't mention the word 'abortion,' then I am not providing my pregnant patients who want to know all of their options with complete, accurate, unbiased medical information," she said.

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