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Abortion-Exclusive Health Care Reform Is Not Reform At All

All proposals to address the abortion funding question have one thing in common: they blithely disregard the effect of such proposals on the actual women and families who choose abortion.

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Bishops’ Health Care Far From “Universal”

Does anyone else see the irony in the U.S. bishops wanting to define universal health care as covering everything except for what they don’t support?

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Abortion “Neutrality” in Health Care Reform: Unfair and Unjust

A public health option without abortion coverage does not sound like neutrality to me — it sounds like selling out women for political expediency, again.

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Aborting Health Care Reform

The president and his staff have been reluctant to take on reproductive rights in health reform. But that has not prevented anti-choicers from using the issue to activate their base against reform.

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Religious Groups Say “Abortion Mandate” Ads Mislead

Two religious organizations have called on the Family Research Council to shut down a television ad and Web site that contain “massive misinformation” related to the national discussion on health care reform.

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Hyde Amendment Restrictions Impose Harsh Costs on Low-Income Latinas

The White House’s proposed budget condones a two-tier health system, in which women with private health insurance or private funds can exercise their right to an abortion, but poor women cannot.

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