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Health Care


Letter to the House of Representatives Regarding the American Health Care Act
Bishop Frank J. Dewane, March 17, 2017

Letter to Congress Presenting Moral Criteria for Debate on Health Care Policy
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop William E. Lori, Bishop Frank J. Dewane, and Bishop Joe S. Vásquez, March 7, 2017

Letter to Congress Urging Bipartisan Efforts to Preserve Gains in Health Care Coverage and Access
Bishop Frank J. Dewane, January 18, 2017

Call to Support Legislation Reforming Mental Health Care
Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski, July 6, 2016

Backgrounder on Religious Liberty and the Freedom to Minister to All
February 2015

Abortion in the Affordable Care Act: Responses to Administration Claims
September 15, 2014

Background on Access to Health Care (Medicaid Expansion)
February 2013

Backgrounder: The New Federal Regulation on Coerced Abortion Payments
April 11, 2012

Resources and Background on HHS Rule and Contraceptive Coverage
January 25, 2012

Letter to Energy and Commerce Committee on State Flexibility Act
Bishop Stephen E. Blaire, May 23, 2011

Cardinal DiNardo Urges Support for 'Respect for Rights of Conscience Act' (Original Letter)
April 6, 2011

Permanent Ban on Abortion Funding Long Overdue, Says USCCB in House Testimony
February 8, 2011

Background: Health Care Reform
February 2011

Cardinal DiNardo Letter in Support of HR-358
January 21, 2011

The Bishops and the Right Exercise of Authority: A Response to Rick Gaillardetz's Commonweal Article
Rev. Thomas G. Weinandy, OFM, Cap., November 1, 2010

USCCB Health Care Reform Summary and Timeline of Events
August 26, 2010

Issues of Life and Conscience in Health Care Reform: An Analysis of the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" of 2010
May 24, 2010

Bishops Note Way Forward With Health Care, Clarify Misconceptions
May 21, 2010

Cardinal DiNardo's Letter Urging Congress to Remedy Abortion & Conscience Flaws in Health Care Reform Law
May 20, 2010

Response to America Magazine by USCCB General Counsel
May 17, 2010

Factsheet: Abortion Funding in the New Health Care Reform Act
April 12, 2010

Legal Analysis of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Corresponding Executive Order on Abortion Funding and Conscience Issues
March 25, 2010

Cardinal George's Statement on Passage of "Profoundly Flawed" Health Care Reform Act
March 23, 2010

Bishops to House of Representatives: Fix Flaws or Vote No on Health Reform Bill
March 20, 2010

Community Health Centers: Setting the Record Straight
March 17, 2010

Washington Post Op-Ed by Cardinal DiNardo, Bishop Murphy & Bishop Wester
March 16, 2010

Statement of USCCB President, Cardinal George "The Cost is Too High…"
March 15, 2010

"What's Wrong with the Senate Health Care Bill on Abortion? A Response to Professor Jost"
March 6, 2010

Abortion Funding in the Senate Health Care Reform Bill
March 4, 2010

Letter to Congress on Eve of Health Care Summit
Bishop William F. Murphy, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, and Bishop John Wester
February 24, 2010

The Need for Conscience Protection
January 26, 2010

Letter to Congress to Continue for Genuine Health Care Reform
Bishop William F. Murphy, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, and Bishop John Wester
January 26, 2010

UPDATED Nationwide Bulletin Insert | en Español
January 8, 2010

UPDATED Pulpit Announcement and Prayer Petition | en Español

Joint Letter on Health Care to US Senate
Bishop William F. Murphy, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, and Bishop John Wester
December 7, 2009

Joint Letter on Health Care to US Senate | en Español
Bishop William F. Murphy, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, and Bishop John Wester
November 20, 2009 

Fact Sheet: What does the Stupak Amendment really do?
November 12, 2009 

Letter to the U.S. Congress on Healthcare
Bishop William F. Murphy, Cardinal Justin Rigali, and Bishop John Wester
October 8, 2009

Letter to the U.S. Senate on Healthcare
Bishop William F. Murphy, Cardinal Justin Rigali, and Bishop John Wester
September 30, 2009

Letter to House on Health Care Reform (HR 3200)
Cardinal Justin Rigali, August 11, 2009

Issues Related to Coverage of Low Income in Health Care Reform
August 2009

Legal Immigrants in Health Care Reform
August 2009

Letter to Congress to Help Reform Health Care, Protect Human Life and Dignity
Bishop William Murphy
July 17, 2009

USCCB Health Care Statement to Congress
Bishop William F. Murphy, May 20, 2009

Letter to US Congress on 2009 Budget
Bishop William F. Murphy and Bishop Howard J. Hubbard
March 26, 2009

Letter to Congress on SCHIP
Bishop William F. Murphy, January 14, 2009

Joint Letter Supporting Community Choice Act
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, et. al., June 5, 2007

Letter to Senate Budget Committee on SCHIP, Medicaid, Medicare
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, Rev. Larry Snyder; Sr. Carol Keehan, March 15, 2007

Letter in Support of the Medicaid Community-Based Attendant Services and Supports Act of 2005 (MiCASSA), S. 401/H.R. 910
September 13, 2006

Comments on Recommendations of the Citizen's Health Care Working Group
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, Ph.D., D.D., August 23, 2006

Joint USCCB/CCUSA/CHA Letters to Senators Grassley and Baucus on Medical Treatment for Victims of Hurricane Katrina
September 27, 2005

Letter to Congressman Ralph Regula from Cardinal McCarrick
April 27, 2004

Letter to Senator Arlen Specter from Cardinal McCarrick
April 27, 2004

Letter to EPA on Testing of Pesticides on Humans
September 10, 2003

A Joint Letter from USCCB and CHA to Senator Collins on Mercury Reduction Act of 2003
May 15, 2003

Children's Health and the Environment Initiative

Letter to Senator Jeffords Endorsing Youth Drug and Mental Health Services Act
June 10, 1999

Comprehensive Health Care
June 18, 1993

Health and Health Care
November 19, 1981

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