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Fitch Ratings: Repeal of SB5 to have ‘minimal fiscal impact’ for Ohio

According to credit rating agency Fitch Ratings, Ohio’s decision to overturn its contentious anti-collective-bargaining law will have little effect on its
Jul 31, 2020

Fitch Ratings: Repeal of SB5 to have ‘minimal fiscal impact’ for Ohio

Fitch Ratings: Repeal of SB5 to have ‘minimal fiscal impact’ for Ohio

According to credit rating agency Fitch Ratings, Ohio’s decision to overturn its contentious anti-collective-bargaining law will have little effect on its
According to credit rating agency Fitch Ratings, Ohio’s decision to overturn its contentious anti-collective-bargaining law will have little effect on its
Jul 31, 2020

NYT op-ed says parental consent laws are ethical challenge to doctors

An op-ed printed in The New York Times yesterday raised questions about the ethics of requiring doctors to advise minors to inform their parents of their medical care. # Perri Klass, a doctor, wrote that right and wrong is not “clear-cut” when forcing parental involvement in medical cases that involve “sensitive needs as contraception, pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and mental health.” # Klass writes about his experience advising a young woman to tell her parents that she had contracted a sexually transmitted infection: ”So against her better judgment, she told her parents her diagnosis. Her father’s reaction was to inform her that once she got out of the hospital, she was no longer welcome to return home.” # He says that “juggling parental concern with an adolescent patient’s legal and ethical right to privacy opens up some tricky questions”: # Clinics for adolescents are keenly conscious that the promise of confidential care is essential to gain and hold their young patients’ trust.
Jul 31, 2020

NYT op-ed says parental consent laws are ethical challenge to doctors

NYT op-ed says parental consent laws are ethical challenge to doctors

An op-ed printed in The New York Times yesterday raised questions about the ethics of requiring doctors to advise minors to inform their parents of their medical care. # Perri Klass, a doctor, wrote that right and wrong is not “clear-cut” when forcing parental involvement in medical cases that involve “sensitive needs as contraception, pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and mental health.” # Klass writes about his experience advising a young woman to tell her parents that she had contracted a sexually transmitted infection: ”So against her better judgment, she told her parents her diagnosis. Her father’s reaction was to inform her that once she got out of the hospital, she was no longer welcome to return home.” # He says that “juggling parental concern with an adolescent patient’s legal and ethical right to privacy opens up some tricky questions”: # Clinics for adolescents are keenly conscious that the promise of confidential care is essential to gain and hold their young patients’ trust.
An op-ed printed in The New York Times yesterday raised questions about the ethics of requiring doctors to advise minors to inform their parents of their medical care. # Perri Klass, a doctor, wrote that right and wrong is not “clear-cut” when forcing parental involvement in medical cases that involve “sensitive needs as contraception, pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and mental health.” # Klass writes about his experience advising a young woman to tell her parents that she had contracted a sexually transmitted infection: ”So against her better judgment, she told her parents her diagnosis. Her father’s reaction was to inform her that once she got out of the hospital, she was no longer welcome to return home.” # He says that “juggling parental concern with an adolescent patient’s legal and ethical right to privacy opens up some tricky questions”: # Clinics for adolescents are keenly conscious that the promise of confidential care is essential to gain and hold their young patients’ trust.
Jul 31, 2020

Karger pushes for debate invite from CNN

Karger pushes for debate invite from CNN

The Fred Karger 2012 campaign has sent an email to CNN executives, asking them to “Let Fred In” to its New Hampshire debate on June 13. In addition to the memorandum sent by Karger, the campaign is encouraging its supporters to contact CNN directly to further press the case for Karger’s inclusion in the Republican debate. The full text of the message is below: MEMORANDUM TO: Jim Walton, President, CNN Worldwide; Ken Jautz, Executive Vice President, CNN FROM: Fred Karger DATE: May 30, 2011 RE: Let Fred In the New Hampshire Debate The June 13, 2011 New Hampshire Republican Debate that you are hosting along with the New Hampshire Union Leader and WMUR-TV is fast approaching, and I have yet to receive an invitation.
The Fred Karger 2012 campaign has sent an email to CNN executives, asking them to “Let Fred In” to its New Hampshire debate on June 13. In addition to the memorandum sent by Karger, the campaign is encouraging its supporters to contact CNN directly to further press the case for Karger’s inclusion in the Republican debate. The full text of the message is below: MEMORANDUM TO: Jim Walton, President, CNN Worldwide; Ken Jautz, Executive Vice President, CNN FROM: Fred Karger DATE: May 30, 2011 RE: Let Fred In the New Hampshire Debate The June 13, 2011 New Hampshire Republican Debate that you are hosting along with the New Hampshire Union Leader and WMUR-TV is fast approaching, and I have yet to receive an invitation.
Jul 31, 2020
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