First, to my knowledge, federal funds are not to be used for abortion services- with some exceptions. This was already achieved by the Hyde Amendment in 1976. Making this a permanent law would further decrease access to abortion services for low-income women. This will not just affect low-income women. It will affect federal employees and their dependents, peace corps volunteers and military personnel and their dependents. As a woman who is a dependent of a federal employee and a future peace corps member, it doesn't seem right that I will lose my option to get healthcare coverage for those services, because I'm the daughter of a federal employee and want to make the world a better place by being a peace corps member. My health insurance currently covers 100% cost of my contraception which had prevented me from ever needing abortion services. By making the Hyde Amendment a law it is not leaving any wiggle-room for exceptions or the states to separately fund those services if they vote to do so. I don't support this, because it's already being enacted from the Hyde Amendment.