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‘ efforts HHS Conscience Regulation Enact comes as ‘No Surprise ‘Editorial SaysPresident Bush, a Eugene Register-Guard editorial ‘Never pay much attention to public opinion or legal advice or opinion or scientific opinion. ‘says. Therefore, it is ‘no surprise ‘that Bush ‘plowing full steam ahead ‘with a proposed HHS conscience rule – ‘an eleventh hour settlement on sweeping new protections to health care providers, the granting abortion and other proceedings against on religious or moral grounds ‘ – according to the editorial. – Bush is not the rule, or the ‘by the chorus of pleas bothered to ‘ ”deep alarm by health professionals and is dedicated to the health of women increases,’says the editorial. Added that adds that women ‘stand a lot a lot ‘of the rule, even if President-elect Barack Obama immediately reverses the ‘unnecessary regulation ‘. Current conscience laws in 46 states ‘not enough’for the Bush administration, ‘treatments was particularly aggressive in their efforts to impede access to abortion and emergency contraception, ‘the editors wrote, he notes. ‘More than half a million state-funded institutions – including 89 percent of hospitals – would be affected by the regulation ‘and that the’regulation of speech so spacious that it might allow health care providers to refuse, will offer patients a test for HIV or fertility treatments, same-sex couples. ‘The editorial concludes: ‘should the tragic failures of the U.S. Health care system millions of Americans millions of Americans offend the conscience of every health care professional. Thing you should thing you should do the federal government now denying energy to spend on developing care for all care for all ‘(Eugene Register-Guard.