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Birth Control

Wednesday, 07 December 2011 08:58

Thanks to President Obama's health care reform new regulations will finally require all private insurance companies to cover comprehensive women's health care, including birth control without a co-pay. The mandate will begin Aug. 1, 2012.

Revolutionary Doctors gives readers a first-hand account of Venezuela's innovative community health program. Both Venezuela and Cuba demonstrate that the basic human right of access to medical and health care... "is not dependent on the level of economic development."

Gov. Scott's "Special Interest Waste"

Tuesday, 14 June 2011 14:03

The Guttmacher Institute released the results of three new studies last week.

The studies found that two-thirds of births resulting from unintended pregnancies, more than one million births each year, are publicly funded and cost taxpayers roughly $11 billion each year.

Every $1 spent on publicly subsidized contraception saved the federal government and the states $3.4 billion in Medicaid for prenatal care, delivery and infant care.

Rep. Posey's Shameful Vote

Saturday, 30 April 2011 09:34

Rep. Posey wants to transform the nation's Medicare program from a government-run system that pays seniors' health bills into a voucher program that will be used to buy insurance from private companies. This voucher program will force seniors to shop for insurance and subject them higher deductibles, co-payments and co-insurance.

Planned Parenthood Media Statement

Friday, 11 February 2011 16:12

We live in atavistic times. We must stop this gag rule in Vero Beach. Please consider donating to Planned Parenthood so that women can access information about  sexual health education.

SURPRISE! FLORIDA NEXT TO BOTTOM in health care for children! Only Texas, Arizona, Mississippi and Nevada are worse, says nationwide survey by The Commonwealth Fund.

Vermont legislators move toward providing Vermonters with Medicare-for-all single-payer health care!

McCollum's Lawsuit Wastes Taxpayer Money

Seven minutes after just enough Democrats grew a spine and President Obama signed the health care package into law, Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum led the effort to file the suit that claims Congress doesn't have the constitutional right to force people to get health coverage.

State Rep. John Tobia states in his FLORIDA TODAY guest column on March 27th, he condemns health care reform because he is concerned about "protecting Floridians' rights and freedoms to make appropriate decisions as it relates to their own health care". Unfortunately for the women of Florida, Rep.Tobia apparently feels those rights and freedoms apply only to men.

Health care is moral obligation; single payer IS cheaper...
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