NGO Asks US to Get Rid of Law Allowing Health Practioners Right To Object Service
President Bush signs the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003, at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. via pro publica
One of the largest global non governmental organizations is placing pressure on the Obama Administration to rescind a law from the previous presidency.
Human Right Watch (HRW) says the “provider conscience rule” allows health workers the right to deny women health services they might find morally objectionable.
The legislation was first proposed in August 2008 and was finalized in December 2008.