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How the Bishops Lost Sight of Their Own Priorities Article

How the Bishops Lost Sight of Their Own Priorities

As longstanding advocates for universal health care, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has played an ongoing, and increasingly controversial, role in health reform. Early in the process, they set out a number of criteria—eight to be exact—that they set as priorities to be included in health reform legislation.

Jessica Arons, Ellen-Marie Whelan

Expanding the Primary Care Workforce Report
Primary care physician Dr. Don Klitgaard greets Muriel Bacon as her husband weighs in with a nurse, at the Myrtue Medical Center in Harlan, Iowa. (AP/Nati Harnik)

Expanding the Primary Care Workforce

Our primary care workforce is already stretched; Ellen-Marie Whelan offers solutions for coping with the shortfall, particularly if we achieve health care reform.

Ellen-Marie Whelan

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