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February 04, 2012

Charitable Balance

Robert Hockett is rather more charitable in his interpretation of the Boston Globe story about the supposed similarity between Governor Romney's position on Plan B for sexual assault victims in emergency rooms and the HHS mandate. On a different front, Robert is also charitable in predicting that the Obama Administration will reverse itself on the mandate. I hope he's right on both scores. I also take his point that critics of Governor Romney on conscience protection--who, as I suggest below, are conflating important distinctions in law and bioethics--come from some unexpected quarters, but such are the confusing political times in which we live.

Posted by Michael Moreland on February 4, 2012 at 08:48 AM in Moreland, Michael | Permalink

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