Friday, January 15, 2010
Coakley against Stupak
there are important distinctions between what was passed in the House and what was passed in the Senate. [...] the House provision would effectively bar any insurance plan accepting government subsidies from covering elective abortions. The Senate bill, on the other hand, would allow such insurers to sell plans covering abortions, but would require women to pay for that portion of the coverage separately.
This is the key passage from the long letter I posted yesterday from Coakley's campaign.
Posted by 1950 Democrat at 9:23 AM