Proposed Bill May Allow Health Care Workers to Refuse Birth Control Practices


There’s a push to expand a 1970’s law that lets Wisconsin doctors and hospital workers decline to perform abortions or sterilization for moral or religious reasons. New legislation would allow health care workers in many more settings to refuse services based on personal beliefs. Shamane Mills reports…

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