What war on women?

Published on March 21st, 2012

by Kathleen M. Gallagher

The popular media continues to frame the Health and Human Services’ insurance mandate in the context of a supposed “war on women.”  In this week’s Long Island Catholic, I debunk the myth that the Catholic Church is part of any so-called “war.”  Hope you’ll give it a read:


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Merielem says:

OPT-OUT OF ABORTION COVERAGE IN WISCONSIN’S STATE HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE Pro-Life Wisconsin is calling upon the Wisconsin State Legislature to pass leailsgtion opting the state of Wisconsin out of abortion coverage in its prospective state health insurance exchange. United States House Resolution (H.R.) 3590, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare) allows health insurance plans offering abortion coverage to participate in a state’s exchange and to receive federal subsidies unless the state legislature proactively opts-out of offering such plans. Although the state exchanges do not go into effect until 2014, several states have passed leailsgtion to opt-out of abortion coverage, including Arizona, Tennessee, Mississippi, Florida, Missouri and Oklahoma. In poll after poll, Americans overwhelmingly say they oppose the inclusion of taxpayer-funded abortion in health care reform leailsgtion. Please do not force us to participate in the killing of our preborn brothers and sisters with our federal tax dollars.Click to sign the online petition or to download a copy to sign and mail in.VN:F [1.9.10_1130](from 0 votes)

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