An anti-abortion rights group rescinded its endorsement of Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) after the congressman voted for the healthcare reform bill.

Right to Life of Michigan said on its Web site that Stupak failed to meet the requirements for the group's endorsement, which include voting against any bill authorizing federal funding of abortion.

Stupak voted for the bill after receiving a White House agreement to issue an executive order preventing the healthcare bill from providing public funding for abortions.

Dan Benishek, a Republican challenging Stupak for his seat, capitalized on the Right to Life of Michigan announcement by issuing a press release saying Stupak "is just another Washington politician who has turned his back on all of us."

The Susan B. Anthony List, another pro-life PAC, announced earlier this week it was withdrawing its endorsement of Stupak.