Aug 032022
 
 August 3, 2022  Posted by  Govt, Healthcare, U.S.

Allie Reed and Christopher Brown report:

The Biden administration’s efforts to protect reproductive health information from law enforcement post-Dobbs hangs on how much authority its health agency has to preempt state criminal laws—a thorny issue for health-care lawyers.

A recent executive order shows the administration is considering how to beef up privacy protections for abortion-related health information. It’s part of a broader Biden administration scramble to make substantive policy changes to protect reproductive health access as it lacks the votes to pass new legislation.

Read more at Bloomberg Law.

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