Losing Tom Daschle is a blow to health care reform, but it’s not a lethal wound by any means.
“Abortion Reduction” to be priority for the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships; replacing Daschle; Spain defends plan to liberalize abortion law to the Vatican; Kenyan woman tells BBC about her illegal abortion; University of Wisconsin hospital board votes in favor of abortion clinic.
Women’s health advocates have perspectives that are critical to ensuring successful and comprehensive health care reform that meets the needs of women.
A Democratic Congress and administration look forward to early wins on children’s health insurance and building momentum towards health care reform.
Religious right opposes Daschle’s nomination as HHS Secretary; New York legislators to push sex ed, abortion law reform; would Gupta be an independent voice?; smart spending on family planning.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Obama’s pick for surgeon general; teen birth rate increases in 26 states; Focus on the Family opposes Daschle confirmation; maternity leave healthier for mothers, babies; University of Wisconsin clinic plans to offer second-trimester abortions; Rick Warren’s Uganda connections.
When’s the last time the Secretary of Health and Human Services asked to drop by and find out what we think about fixing America’s broken health care system?
Former South Dakota Sen. Tom Daschle today was formally nominated as President-Elect Obama’s appointee to head the Department of Health and Human Services.
The HHS regulations are likely a done deal, but the movement for health care reform is gaining steam.
President-Elect Obama’s choice for Secretary of Health and Human Services, former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, will be responsible for implementing any health care reform Obama or the new Congress is able to pass. Will women’s health be on his agenda?