That option is not included in the current proposals before Congress.
Another member of the coalition, Faithful Reform in Health Care , is itself an interfaith coalition of about 50 national and state organizations. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the group calls for a complete overhaul of the U. Faith for Health and its member organizations have undertaken several grassroots campaigns that have attracted national media attention. Clergy members led 50 prayer vigils and meetings in 18 states with members of Congress. On Aug. On Sept. The Freedom Federation — a consortium formed on June 30 by about 35 groups, including two dozen Christian organizations — opposes the current proposals to revamp the U.
Originally formed to address a variety of public policy issues, the federation has recently focused on health care legislation. Real Change.
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Real Freedom. Those groups are not included on this list. We believe that individuals, communities, and doctors in the free market make better health decisions than government mandates. We believe in incentives, not coercion. While the coalition is generally united in opposition to current efforts to reform health care, its member groups and denominations have emphasized disagreements with varying aspects of the proposed legislation, including the potential for taxpayer-funded abortions, government control of health and end-of-life decisions and a lack of conscience-rights protections for health care providers.
Some of the federation members are particularly concerned about the abortion issue and want health care reform legislation to include explicit language stating that abortion cannot be paid for with government money. The Freedom Federation and some of its member organizations have launched a host of advocacy efforts against the current health care reform legislation.
The ads ran for two weeks in five states, according to Family Research Council Action. Also on Sept. Blake Sr. Summary This new edition of the AJN Award-winning textbook analyzes the most current health care reforms and their effect on our health system from a social justice perspective. It addresses the reforms of the landmark health care reform bill passed in March, , and provides students of health care policy with a framework within which they can understand and evaluate our health system. The text provides a comprehensive description and analysis of the historical evolution and organization of our health care system that is framed by a forthright social justice critique.
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