Secular health care

Important message rom CFI
This summer, in response to a number of court cases, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced new changes to the federal health care law requiring for-profit corporations and non-profit organizations to cover preventive health services such as contraception without charging a co-payment.
HHS is now requesting comments from the public on two issues.
First, it seeks input on how a closely held corporation should be defined, so that the Supreme Court’s finding in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby can be effectively implemented.
Second, it seeks input on what form of accommodation should be granted to religious non-profits, so that employees can still access preventive health care without a co-pay, but the claims of conscience by religious charities can be respected.
While the Center for Inquiry will file its own formal comments, HHS is allowing the general public to comment on these two issues until Tuesday, October 21 and Monday, October 27, respectively.
This means you can join CFI in voicing your opinion on these critically important health care guidelines. Send a message to HHS right now and tell policymakers to favor women’s health care over more accommodations, which have already gone too far.