I moved from the state represented by Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer thinking that Connecticut was a tiny bit more conservative. Since I moved last September, the Supreme Court OK'd homosexual marriage. and the state Attorney General Blumenthal wants to overcome the new Health and Human Services regulations protection physician's freedom of conscience on life issues like birth control. It was the last gift to prolifers of the Bush Administration.
Though the new regulations have nothing to do with birth control, Blumenthal is echoing the arguments from leading pro-abortion groups who claim its access will be adversely impacted by them.
"I will fight this outrageous rule -- the outgoing Bush Administration's latest and last swipe at women's health," he said in a statement LifeNews.com obtained.
"This rule is an appalling insult and abuse -- a midnight power grab to deny access to health care services and information, including even to victims of rape."
Blumenthal led a 13-state coalition to fight the abortion rule before it was adopted, calling on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in formal comments to entirely abandon the Provider Conscience Regulation.
Connecticut politics are MORE radical than New York! Only difference (for me) is that the state capitol, Hartford is only 1 hour away instead of four. They'll be seeing me shortly.
Meanwhile email AG Blumenthal to voice your support of freedom of conscience for medical workers, before you have to be in favor of murder to work in health care.
Attorney General Blumenthal's email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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