Dr. Jane Orient: Nowhere does the U.S. Constitution give the federal government the authority to regulate the practice of medicine. And it is a very good thing that federal intervention and standards didn’t begin in 1789.
Congressman David Young (R-Iowa): Despite a lot of headlines focusing on things other than the work of Congress, there is a fair amount of work getting done in a bipartisan way addressing issues important to Iowans.
(Watchdog.org) Madison, WI – If the Obama administration seriously thought it could roll its Expanded Government machine over America’s Dairyland, it obviously has never encountered an angry Cheesehead. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration heard from many an irate Cheesehead after word surfaced the agency might just be thinking about banning the long-standing practice of […]
(Columbus, OH) Today, Ohio Right to Life urged Attorney General Mike DeWine to expedite the litigation against Planned Parenthood and its practice off-label prescribing abortion pill RU-486 (mifepristone) in Ohio. This request comes in light of 42 reports of failed uses of the drug in the state. The Food and Drug Administration recommends that RU-486 […]
A touted study on webcam abortions in The Des Moines Register is discovered to have been written by a partner of Planned Parenthood, an unreported bias.
Questions asked in 1949 about health care, its cost, care provided, and federal involvement are still being asked today.