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"Contraceptives for free? Sounds like a good idea, I think," Kelly, a married mother of three, mused aloud.
Freedom of conscience was dealt a catastrophic blow by the Obama administration this week when the Department of Health and Human Services announced that preventive services, which the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act requires health plans to cover without cost-sharing, must include all forms of contraceptives approved by the Food and Drug Administration - even those that cause abortion by preventing embryos from attaching to the uterine wall ("Insurance must cover contraception," Politics, Tuesday).
Fourteen states are still undecided about applying for the Obama administration's $500 million Early Learning Challenge, a grant program that will reward states for improvements to prekindergarten education.
President Obama is on the verge of achieving his liberal revolution. His goal is to destroy our Judeo-Christian culture and replace it with European-style radical secularism.
Free birth control, including the controversial "morning-after" pill, could soon be added to a list of services insurers must fully cover under President Obama's health care law.
Recently, our government made advances toward promoting our eventual serfdom by initiating a plan through the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to spy on doctors. This sounds very much like the plan by the White House and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to report people who spoke out against the president's health care plan in 2009.
For decades, the federal government has accused tobacco companies of running a campaign of relentless deception in order to sell cigarettes and convince customers that their product will make you sexy, skinny, cool or whatever.
A looming showdown over Indiana's new law that cuts funding for the Planned Parenthood organization may test how far Republican-led states are willing to go in pressing their tough new anti-abortion agendas. The stakes are high. The future of health care for more than 1 million poor and elderly Indiana residents hangs in the balance.
Nearly a dozen companies that receive federal and state tax dollars to supply power wheelchairs, oxygen machines and other medical equipment to low-income D.C. residents remained active in the city's Medicaid program even after federal regulators fired the businesses, a federal audit released Thursday found.