Tag Archives: contraception

Patient POV Update: Immigration and Abortion News

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Tweet I regret not posting here recently. It’s been a very busy time for me and I am following several issues that will make their way to this blog soon. I can’t give you a rank order of what’s most … Continue reading

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We Need to Recognize Conscience
In Provision of Reproductive Services

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Tweet The Obama Administration made a concession to Catholic leaders yesterday, bowing to conscience-based refusals to subsidize contraception coverage. At the same time, a compromise was struck enabling women who work for Catholic nonprofit institutions to use separate insurance plans … Continue reading

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No More Struggling to Find Co-Pay Dollars for Contraception!

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Tweet Written by Keely Monroe, Raising Women’s Voices This blog was originally posted for the What’s in it for Women? campaign. To learn more about the campaign and the wins women get from the new health law, please visit www.CountDowntoCoverage.org Today … Continue reading

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At Last, Women’s Essential Health
Benefits Now In Health Reform

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Tweet This is a great day for women’s health — and we need many more like these as we go forward. The day has come when health reform is actually helping women, giving women parity with men. I’ll be running … Continue reading

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