The plan will result in less access to affordable, consistent birth control for the poor working women of Pennsylvania—which, as the federal birth control mandate demonstrates, is counter to the intention of health-care reform.
The Obama administration may be about to pull the plug on the “health czar” position. What does this mean for health care reform?
The media’s sensationalistic approach to health care coverage weakens reproductive health reporting, too.
By appointing policy leaders like Melody Barnes, President-Elect Obama appears to have pulled together an economic team that understands the connections between health and the economy.