U.S. Bishops Face A Lawsuit Over Abortion Policies At Roman Catholic Hospitals

U.S. Bishops Face A Lawsuit Over Abortion Policies At Roman Catholic Hospitals

The ACLU is suing U.S. Catholic bishops over anti-abortion policies that it claims endanger women’s lives. Diane and her guest discuss the legal rights of pregnant women at Roman Catholic hospitals.

The ACLU is suing U.S. Catholic bishops over anti-abortion policies that it claims endanger women’s lives. Diane and her guest discuss the legal rights of pregnant women at Roman Catholic hospitals.

Guests

Daniel Mach

director of a program on freedom of religion and belief, ACLU.

Julie Rovner

health policy correspondent, NPR; author of "Health Care Policy and Politics A-Z."

Robert Destro

professor of law and director of the Interdisciplinary Program in Law & Religion Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America.

Dr. Debra Stulberg

assistant professor, department of family medicine, University of Chicago
family physician in private practice

John Haas

president, The National Catholic Bioethics Center

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