25 days to protect women’s health
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently proposed regulations that could seriously undermine access to basic reproductive health services -- including birth control and abortion. Instead of striking a careful balance between individual religious liberty and patients’ access to reproductive health care, the Bush administration has taken patients’ rights and their health care needs out of the equation. The Bush administration has once again forgotten those tried and true words from the Constitution (oh, I forgot, he doesn't NEED to follow the Constitution, he's above it) that decrees a separation of church and state.
This far-reaching proposal doesn’t need congressional approval. But, it can’t go forward without allowing for public comment. That’s where you come in.
The deadline for public comments is fast approaching -- September 20 -- and we have to generate intense opposition to these dangerous regulations.
I just sent HHS my comment urging them to stop efforts to block women's access to basic reproductive health services. You can do the same here. Stumble It! JBlog Me