Confusion over upcoming changes in the nation’s health care system is resulting in a sudden spike in health insurance scams by people attempting to bilk the public by offering everything from fake health insurance policies to phony Medicare cards.
Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn of the U.S. District Court in Birmingham, Ala. issued an order March 25 dismissing EWTN’s lawsuit challenging the government mandate that employee healthcare plans must provide coverage for contraception, voluntary sterilization procedures and abortion-inducing drugs.
If employees of CVS want to hang onto their health insurance, they’re going to have to pony up personal information about their health or face paying as much as $600 more a year for health insurance.
With several “must pass” pieces of legislation on the horizon that present an opportunity to attach a repeal of the controversial birth control mandate, U.S. bishops are stepping up the pressure on lawmakers to take action to overturn the unjust law.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is applauding a new bill introduced this week by Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) and 50 other House members which will ensure that federal conscience protection laws currently on the books will be enforced to protect the conscience rights of all Americans.
The time has come to address the problem of the infamous ObamaCare “death panels”, which will soon be carrying out its charge to “bend the cost curve downward” on medical care, affecting the life – and death – of millions of Americans.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) issued a statement yesterday afternoon informing the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that the Feb. 1 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking changes to the controversial birth control mandate falls short of addressing the Church’s concerns about the infringement of their conscience rights.
Bishop David Zubik of Pittsburgh is vowing to fight on after a federal judge dismissed the diocese’s lawsuit against the birth control mandate on the grounds that they had not yet been harmed by the law.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ordered the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to examine the constitutionality of the controversial birth control mandate, a step that could open the door for a high court review of the law as early as next year.
October 20 is the date set for protests in 140 cities across the U.S. where tens of thousands of Americans will remind the public of the grave infringement of religious freedom occurring under the Obama Administration, particularly in ObamaCare and the HHS mandate.