Republicans don’t have the votes to repeal health care reform, but they are determined to fight it every step of the way. Also, exploring how Crisis Pregnancy Center’s deceit can flare into violence.
John Boehner is no George Washington. Yet a New York Times editorial this weekend makes it seem as if Boehner has his hands full with Michele Bachmann’s lies. Why are hers worse than his?
The IRS has determined that health reform won’t cover breast pumps for nursing mothers because “nursing is natural” and women may “abuse the system” if allowed to use their flexible spending accounts to cover nursing supplies and lactation consultants.
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President Obama has been in office for over a year, so why does President Bush’s last minute “provider conscience law” still exist?
Should the pill be sold over-the-counter? While prominent advocates have argued for removing barriers to access like doctor’s visits and prescriptions, it may not be as good an idea as it once seemed.
As health care reform goes from law to policy, contraceptive services and supplies need to be fully covered under “preventive healthcare.”
The Associated Press reports today that the Roman Catholic bishop of Providence, Rhode Island, has withdrawn two hospitals sponsored by his diocese from membership in a Catholic hospital group that supports health care reform.
A number of anti-choice groups have decided to target anti-choice Democrats who voted for health care reform, even though there’s no reality-based reason to think the law provides funding for abortion.
Insurance giant Wellpoint responded to charges levied last week by a Reuters article that the insurance giant was discriminating against breast cancer patients.