Obama’s plan policy policy concern of Catholic health care providers that they would be forced abortions, sterilizations and other procedures that fanned perform go against the Catholic doctrine . A a recent survey conducted of the Christian Medical Association, was that 90 percent of doctors surveyed said that ‘they quit against against violation of their conscience,’said David Stevens, CEO of CMA. Stevens said that repealing the Bush administration rule ‘sends a clear message: It’s open season on health care professionals of conscience – discriminate at will ‘(‘Morning Edition ‘.
Rule, supports ‘Robust ‘ Protections For Health Workers With morals, religious objectionsalthough he Friday that although he invert the Bush administration provider ‘conscience ‘rule, he will still favors a ‘robust’federal policy that would refuse to improve the rights of health care workers procedures procedures because of moral or religious concerns, the Washington Post reports. With reporters with reporters one week before his first meeting with Pope Benedict XVI, Obama said that he ‘. Believer in conscience clauses ‘a He added that a new policy of his administration ‘can not be the criteria of every possible critic of our approach, but it certainly will not be weaker than what existed before the changes were made. Continue reading “Sterilizations and other procedures that fanned perform go against the Catholic doctrine.”