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The key points of the position of the U.S. Catholic Bishops on health care reform are:
  • a truly universal health policy with respect for human life and dignity
  • access for all with a special concern for the poor and inclusion of immigrants
  • pursuing the common good and preserving pluralism including freedom of conscience and variety of options
  • restraining costs and applying them equitably across the spectrum of payers
Archbishop Brunett on health care reform

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
  • USCCB Website on Health Care Reform
    The latest updates on the U.S. Bishops’ position on health care reform, action alerts, resources for prayer and liturgy, videos, facts & statistics

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