Just 48 hours following the Women’s March on Washington, President Donald. J. Trump announced the global gag rule (also known as the “Mexico City Policy”). Trump’s global gag rule stipulates that non . nongovernmental organizations receiving . family planning funding cannot inform the public or educate their government on the need to make safe abortion available, provide legal abortion services, or provide advice on where to get an abortion. First introduced in 1984, by President Ronald Reagan, the policy allows for exceptions in the cases of rape, incest, and life endangerment.
 Buchegger, “Couple treatment following abortion in prenatal diagnosis,” Schweiz Med Wochenschr (Switzerland), 127(3): 69-72, 1977 (couples feel short-term relief but require “long-term counseling”; grief is similar to that following stillbirth); Chandler and Smith, “Prenatal screening and woman’s perception of infant disability: a Sophie’s Choice for every mother,” Nursing Inquiry (Australia), 5(2): 71-6, June, 1998 (post-abortion grief and guilt, and marital breakdown occur following abortion due to problems detected in prenatal screening); Ashton, “The Psychiatric Outcome of Induced Abortion,” British J. of Obstetrics and Gynecology , 1980; 1115-22.