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The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on the implementation of a “conscience” rule that would allow health care professionals to refuse treatment to people, which they felt violated their moral or religious convictions of what the trump administration more time with pending lawsuits against the Directive.
The Directive was adopted with effect from the 22. July, but HHS announced on Saturday that it would decide the day for the next four months, a court in California, in the action of the Democratic Attorney General of California, Xavier Becerra, and the city of San Francisco.
PROTECTION EXTENDED TO PHYSICIANS ‘CONSCIENCE’ OBJECTION TO ABORTIONS, OTHER PROCEDURES
The proponents of the “conscience” rule, which has already protected more than 25 existing Federal laws are not enforced but in the whole country, say the doctors, pharmacists, nurses, teachers, students, and the confessional welfare associations should not be instructed to carry out the termination of pregnancy, sterilisation and other medical procedures that you feel are against their religion.
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Democratic legislators, as well as a coalition of civil rights groups, have filed separate suits against the administration to fight against the rule, they feel, will strip women and gays the access to health care procedures.
“The Federal government gives health to discriminate against providers of free license, open and refuse to care for the patient – it is a gross misinterpretation of the religious freedom, the devastating impact on communities across the country,” New York Attorney General Letitia James (D), said in a Declaration to support a lawsuit.