"Genuine health care reform that protects the life and dignity of all is a moral imperative and a vital national obligation."
--Bishop William F. Muprhy, Chairman of the USCCB Committee on Domestic Justice & Human Development
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' position on Health Care reform includes:
• A truly universal health policy with respect for human life and dignity
• Access for all with a special concern for the poor and inclusion of legal immigrants
• Pursuing the common good and preserving pluralism including freedom of conscience and variety of options
• Restraining costs and applying them equitably across the spectrum of payers.
Click here to be connected to the USCCB website on health care reform.
Click here to read the letter to Congress sent on behalf of the USCCB.