THE NEW FORTY The Jenna Act
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HEALTHBEAT Noteworthy 1.0
Noteworthy stuff that has crossed my desk in recent days:
- It'sall aboutthe nicotine:Efforts to reduce the health impact of tobacco use have historically concentrated on two key strategies: findin... Posted on 10/7/10 at 9:04 AM
Though far from perfect, the Affordable Care Act begins to address the inequities of access that cost all of us dearly, including covering pre-existing conditions, young adults, and preventive care for women.
Faced with censure and threat of dissolution, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs responded with striking changes that earned widespread praise. By 2004, a RAND corporation study implied that VA care had become America’s best.
Conservatives won a substantial victory on Thursday.
The physics of American politics — actions provoking reactions — continues to move the crucial debate, about the nature of the American regime, toward conservatism. Chief Justice John Roberts has served this cause.
The Affordable Care Act was enacted in 2010 and already is helping millions of Americans gain access to lifesaving medical care that they can afford.
Williams and others without health insurance would benefit greatly from its provisions.
I am not a politician. I am an OB/GYN doctor who had been in practice since 1990, and what I bring to the discussion is the experience of a health care provider.
In that capacity, I support the ACA because I feel it is a giant step forward for patients.
The Obama administration’s mandate to force the Catholic Church and other organized religions to provide coverage for contraception, sterilization and abortion is wrong and an intrusion into Americans’ religious beliefs.
It should be struck down as unconstitutional.
The Obama health care plan previously was a Republican idea, but again, the GOP chose to ignore bipartisanship and instead displayed only contempt for the president. The Democrats compromised again and again, but the Republicans still wouldn’t vote for it.
Voting for Mitt Romney or other conservative Republicans in November is voting to dismantle the kind of humane health care provisions Canada and other advanced countries have provided their citizens for decades. Don’t do it.
The public outcry has been resounding and justified — and not only people of faith, but even those who do not hold these moral positions have expressed grave concern over the administration’s disregard for religious liberty and issues of conscience.
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