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Saint Alphonsus Liguori

“Think of what the Saints have done for their neighbor because they loved God. But what Saint’s love for God can match Mary’s? She loved Him more in the first moment of her existence than all the Saints and angels ever loved Him or will love Him. 129 more words

Contraceptive Equity Summit grapples with family planning changes under Obamacare

Illinois public health officials want to double Medicaid reimbursement rates for providing vasectomies and IUDs under a proposal announced last week at the University of Chicago. 377 more words

News And Events

Margaret Sparrow's Report from Lisbon

I attended two conferences in Lisbon May/June 2014

13th Congress of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health (ESC) held in Lisbon, Portugal 28-31 May 2014. 1,142 more words

Abortion Law Around The World

Why Feminism needs the NHS

Are you a feminist (i.e. do you believe that men and women ought to be equal in society)? If so, then whatever your other political stance may be, you need to be pro-NHS. 372 more words

FAQ: Administration's New Contraception Rules Explained

The Obama administration has released new rules they say will give employees of religiously affiliated organizations a way to obtain contraceptive services as part of their health insurance coverage while respecting the religious beliefs of their employers. 1,177 more words

HR

Reproductive Justice: More Than 'Pro-Choice'

By Dr. Morgan Healey, ALRANZ President

I was fortunate enough to be invited to speak at ‘That’s What She Said: Intersectional Feminist Day Conference’ hosted by the University of Canterbury Feminist Society in collaboration with NZ Tertiary Women’s Focus Group on feminism and intersectionality. 632 more words

Politics

Administration takes steps to ensure women’s continued access to contraception coverage, while respecting religious-based objections

Administration takes steps to ensure women’s continued access to contraception coverage, while respecting religious-based objections
Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Today, the Administration took several steps to help ensure women, whose coverage is threatened, receive coverage for recommended contraceptive services at no additional cost, as they should be entitled to under the Affordable Care Act.

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Government And Politics