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When Religious Beliefs Play a Role in Medical Care
Columbia Law School Hosts Debate on Conscience Objections in the Medical Profession
New York, Nov. 23, 2009 — Under the First Amendment, a healthcare provider’s religious beliefs should be accommodated, but the question remains to what extent.
Steve Aden, senior legal counsel of the Alliance Defense Fund, and Alexa Kolbi-Molinas, staff attorney in the ACLU’s Reproductive Freedom Project, tackled this question in a recent debate at Columbia Law School.
The issue of conscience objections in the medical profession gained increased attention when the Bush Administration, in its final days, promulgated a provider refusal rule. It expanded the right of health care workers and institutions to refuse to provide medical care, counseling, and referrals for religious or moral reasons.
Actually don't bother.
I'd like to apologize for the behavior of certain bloggers who don't agree with us. They have gone quite out of their way to accuse and vilify all pro-life workers. One has been so prompted that she has created an Anti- Deliberate Engagement blog.
Its headline is: Deliberate Enslavement? and its address is: http:// prochoicechicky. wordpress.com/
We suppose that parody is sort of like imitation and we should be complimented? However this is more "attack" than "parody."