Stop HHS Regulations: Sign the Petition!


President Bush’s expansion of health care workers’ right to refuse to provide medical care is set to go into effect January 18, but the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association has launched a petition to block the new regulation.

"In a country where nearly 47 million people are uninsured, the outgoing
Bush Administration should not be actively working to make health care
even less accessible," NFPRA points out.  The petition also draws attention to the state laws guaranteeing access to health care, such as emergency contraception for rape survivors, that will be undermined by this regulation.

Sign the NFPRHA petition now!

And stay tuned for more information on the fight against the provider conscience regulations.

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  • http://www.nazilieskill.us invalid-0

    I stand by my right to boycott insurance company crooks. That is at least as important as not selling birth control for women.

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    Did you even read the bill correctly before “blogging” to conclusion?

  • http://www.savingangel.org/ invalid-0

    Yes I agree, I’ve seen a few of my friends fooled by the obscure insurance companies, I would too stand by to boycotting such crooks.

  • http://migraineheadacherx.com invalid-0

    Yes, the healthcare workers needed to increase more in number because there is a need of moew health care people. Bush has done a good job by increasing the number.And the same time insurance should be made mandatory to all.
    Optical Migrane