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Planned Parenthood Media Director New HHS Deputy Secretary for Public Affairs

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By Dave Andrusko Apparently the Obama Administration has decided “why bother with the middle man?” Health and Human Services—already under fire for a mandate requiring religious institutions and individuals of conscience to pay for health insurance plans that cover medical

New Obama Scam (You Must Pay, But Nobody Pays) Lays Groundwork for Future National Abortion Mandate

President Obama, accompanied by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

WASHINGTON– In response to criticism of its recent regulation requiring coverage of FDA-approved birth control drugs and devices, the White House today announced a purported “compromise” under which insurance plans will be required to provide the coverage in all plans,

NPR Report Touting Support for HHS Mandate Omits that Poll sponsored by Planned Parenthood

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By Dave Andrusko In the NRL News Today story for Wednesday, “Obama Administration tries to persuade itself that HHS Mandate is “good politics,’” I wrote about the not-terribly persuasive case Obama insiders were making that it would work to their

The Obama Administration, HHS Regulations, and the Right of Conscience

By Dave Andrusko It’s said that in the nation’s capital, everything is “politics.” In the case of the Obama administration and (most prominently but not exclusively) the Catholic Church over the right of conscience vis a vis ObamaCare, it IS

HHS and the Catholic Church: Examining the Politicization of Grants

Editor’s note. We’ve written twice about an unconscionable and indefensible decision by President Obama’s Department and Health Services (HHS) to rejected a $2.5 million anti-human-trafficking grant for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops because the USCCB refused to refer for

HHS Secretary Sebelius Stokes Pro-Abortion Anger at NARAL Luncheon

By Dave Andrusko It’s easy to see the Obama political machine shifting into high gear. The  Obama Administration is reaching out to one of its most important constituencies—pro-abortion feminist organizations such as NARAL—telling an eager-to-believe audience that Republicans are seeking