The proposed HHS rule would require any health care entity that receives federal funds certify that none of its employees are required to assist with medical services they find objectionable.
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The Bush Administration's 11th hour attempt to restrict access to reproductive health care is not only abusive, but also threatens everyone's access to other vital health care services.
Senator Daschle is not anti-vaccine, but his record shows his willingness to question -- and even oppose -- vaccine makers and big pharmaceutical interests when it comes to protecting the rights of American medical consumers.
The Bush administration quickly released proposed regulations that would have disastrous effects on health care consumers, in particular women seeking contraception.
One particularly odious proposed change to HHS regulations would make it even harder than it already is for poor women to get abortions -- or even contraception.
A proposed new regulation from the Department of Health and Human Services... would expand protections for providers who would deny women birth control and other reproductive health services.
Will the next administration set serious goals of reversing the rate of autism diagnosis by the end of their term or just declare autism a national health emergency and let it go at that?
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I wanted to share an important op-ed on an issue that Hillary has taken the lead on.
Undecided women voters are the key, and pro-choice values are a significant advantage in 2008, according to New York Times columnist Bob Herbert.
The battle to protect Americans' rights to access contraception in good conscience, based on long-standing and widely accepted medical science, got a big boost from MoveOn.org.
The right-wing mission to legalize not doing your job continues.
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For only the fourth (or fifth, depending on how you count) time in his presidency, George W. Bush had a veto overridden by both houses of Congress thi...
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