Four more nurses claim religious discrimination in VT hospital abortion case, Fox News reports today - State House Headliners

Four more nurses also have filed discrimination complaints in connection with the US Government reprimand of UVMMC deceptively, illegally coercing a pro-life nurse to help perform an abortion. The story has gone national, making Fox & Friends this morning. 



"Sekulow noted the hospital decided to perform elective abortions shortly after the former CEO of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (Ali Stickney) was named chairman of the board of UVMMC. “Surprise, surprise,” Sekulow commented.

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  • Kay Trudell
    commented 2019-08-30 11:32:45 -0400
    Apparently abortion supporters do not really believe in freedom of choice.
  • Dale Hackett
    commented 2019-08-29 16:52:34 -0400
    my comment also reflects, best i can, what i remember about this issue actually coming up in seventies, and those that objected could opt out from performing procedures, but at time of hiring,, however there was examples back then of if you object, you could not work as a nurse in a surgical unit… that performed them… that was solution back then.. some places respected the policy of, nurse, doctor would not be assigned to such a procedure, again an exemption. by medical ethics, if the patients life is at risk, then your ethical obligation is to support what is in best interest of patient, even if it is an abortion. anyone got a copy of the 1973 law, ruling? i would like to read it.
  • Dale Hackett
    commented 2019-08-29 16:45:13 -0400
    let the federal funds go if it comes to that… if the law has been on books since 1973 ,,, it should of been followed.. however it is true the objection is not allowed to impair quality of healthcare delivery, example, same issue can exist as to death with dignity. exist as to distribution of certain kinds of medications.. but any objection should occur before entering room where procedure will occur, so it does not effect quality of care delivery. the end result is, you can choose to not have an abortion, others can choose to do so, but you don’t have the right to put the patient at risk, because of your beliefs in opposition to the patients beliefs. that shows lack of professional conduct.