Washington Post, May 11, 2010

Advocates for protecting health workers argue the new health reform law leaves vulnerable those healthcare workers with qualms about abortion, morning-after pills, stem cell research and therapies, assisted suicide, and a host of other services. Proponents of patients' rights, meanwhile, contend that the legislation favors those who oppose some end-of-life therapies and the termination of pregnancies and creates new obstacles for dying patients and women seeking abortions.

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