House Republicans probably can’t repeal health reform, but they can use their power to make repeal possible later on. Supporters should gear up for another health care fight.
Despite being embroiled in a lawsuit in Ohio for false advertising, the anti-choice Susan B. Anthony List continues using the false charge of “taxpayer-funded abortion” to attempt to sway millions of voters.
So-called pro-life Democrats are learning the hard way that when anti-choice activists say they’re against “abortion,” their using code for a whole lot of things beyond the right to terminate a pregnancy.
Three Catholic hospitals are for sale in Pennsylvania and the anti-choice Family Research Council is blaming it on the non-existent taxpayer funded abortion care in health care reform.
Health care reform has brought notable benefits to the practice of midwifery in the United States. The Affordable Care Act will help make midwifery care more accessible for patients and providers both.
State and national groups have ratcheted up pressure on efforts to further undermine women’s coverage of abortion care in high-risk insurance plans, and to restore that coverage at the national level by demanding HHS repeal regulations promulgated in July. High-risk insurance pools, by definition, are supposed to cover all needs of high-risk patients.
Thousands of pregnant women are placed on bed rest each year, in an attempt to ensure a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby. But bed rest can literally drive a family into poverty.
GOP’s blatant hypocrisy about 9/11 first responders, Missouri tries to block health care reform, and lots about crisis pregnancy centers.
Operation Save America is at it again – in Charlotte, NC- protesting women’s health centers and – yes – a church which holds anti-choice views. But it’s not only Flip Benham and his posse who fight against their own.
President Obama decided that women with serious health conditions, under the temporary high-risk pool insurance plan, do not deserve coverage of abortion care – even if they use their own funds. Women’s health advocates respond.