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WHAT DOES CONSCIENCE CLAUSE MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Conscience clause (medical)
Conscience clauses are legal clauses attached to laws in some parts of the United States which permit pharmacists, physicians, and other providers of health care not to provide certain medical services for reasons of religion or conscience. In many cases, the clauses also permit health care providers to refuse to refer patients to unopposed providers. Those who choose not to refer or provide services may not be disciplined or discriminated against. The provision is most frequently enacted in connection with issues relating to reproduction, such as abortion, sterilization, contraception, and stem cell based treatments, but may include any phase of patient care.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CONSCIENCE CLAUSE» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about conscience clause
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONSCIENCE CLAUSE»
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The ConscienceClause of the Education Department. ...
freedom of conscience without a Conscience Clause. Step by step Mr. Wilks is
driven to admit that—“ the Bible is the text book of religious instruction”—that “ the
master giVes lessons on the Scriptures”—that “ those lessons are his own ...
John Gellibrand HUBBARD (Baron Addington.), 1865
The ConscienceClause in 1866. Speeches ... by J. G. Hubbard ...
6d. in 1861, yet) mainly to the repelling power of the Conscience Clause, which
in most cases is presented to the acceptance of Church school builders as a
condition of their receiving the share of the public grant to which they are entitled.
John Gellibrand HUBBARD (Baron Addington.), George Trevor, 1866
The ConscienceClause and the Extension of Education in the ...
He thinks the Conscience Clause damaging to religion (3725), but is forced
immediately afterwards to admit that he thinks it very possible that in a large
grammar school conducted for many years on that system, it has been attended
with the ...
Arthur GARFIT, 1868
Popular Education in England: the ConscienceClause, the ...
We talk of making the experiment of a 'conscience clause ' in England. \Ve are
late in the day. It has been tried elsewhere, and it has proved a failure. It was tried
in Silesia, in Prussia. Catholics and Protestants frequented the same schools.
Cardinal Herbert Alfred VAUGHAN (Archbishop of Westminster.), 1868
Annals of British Legislation: Digest of blue books
of a Conscience Clause as necessary for the removal of the religions difficulty
where Dissenters attend the schools. There was an universal feeling in Scotland
in favour of a Conscience Clause as a condition of Government aid ; such clause,
Leone Levi, 1868
Without Conscience: A Critique of Pharmacist Refusal Clause ...
Proponents of refusal clauses have an advantage as their favored terminology—
the “conscience clause”—has become universal for legal discussions. For
example, Illinois has a “Healthcare Right of Conscience Act.” References to “
Jennette Silleck, 2008
Conflicts of Conscience in Health Care: An Institutional ...
Notably, over the several decades of their existence, no state or federal
conscience clause has been struck down as unconstitutional. Whereas extant
conscience clauses protect physicians from patients and employers, and most
A Still Small Voice: Women, Ordination, and the Church
The year after the 1976 General Convention approved the ordination of women,
the House of Bishops instituted a conscience clause which stated this legislation
could be conscientiously objected to by anyone, including bishops" (Steed 1986,
Frederick W. Schmidt, 1996
Reports from Committees
H, G. m tne sense in which the Conscience Clause would Robinson, imply it
6033. If the Conscience Clause were to prohibit a June 1865. you from teaching
any doctrine to which any parent might object, you would hold that that clause
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, 1865
The Fortnightly Review
it must be admitted that there is some ground for the complaint, though not in the
view contended for. It appears that the policy and form of the Conscience Clause
has not only not been discussed in Parliament, but has been to some extent ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CONSCIENCE CLAUSE»
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Va. Republicans vow to protect religious rights after gay marriage …
One option might be a “conscience clause” bill like those filed last year by Del. Robert G. Marshall (R-Prince William). One such proposal last ... «Washington Post, Jul 15»
Episcopalians Vote to Allow Gay Marriage in Churches
Still, the resolution actually includes what amounts to a “conscience clause” for bishops and priests who disapprove of same-sex marriage to ... «Thrasher Backer, Jul 15»
The drive for same-sex equality puts Northern Ireland on road to …
Step forward Paul Givan (left), DUP MLA for Lagan Valley and the architect of the dreaded "conscience clause". He was quoted as saying: ... «Belfast Telegraph, Jul 15»
Flying Feminism: Drones Drop Abortion Pills On Catholic Poland
They often insist on additional certificates, referrals or letters of approval from supervisors, or use the conscience clause to refuse access. «Science 2.0, Jul 15»
Paul Givan: 'Majority of responses are in favour of a conscience …
Self-styled champion of the conscience clause campaign, the DUP MLA talks to Noel McAdam about his hopes for the legislation other parties ... «Belfast Telegraph, Jun 15»
Conscience clause bill gets 'huge support' following Ashers verdict …
An "overwhelming majority" of respondents to a consultation process appear to be backing DUP plans for 'conscience clause' legislation ... «Belfast Telegraph, Jun 15»
Homosexual Marriage and the Conscience Clause: a possible …
So the homosexual marriage referendum passed in the Republic. As Mick noted below this makes Northern Ireland the only place in the UK ... «Slugger O'Toole, May 15»
Taoiseach rules out 'conscience clause' in same-sex marriage vote
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ruled out any potential “conscience clause” being inserted in the referendum on marriage equality, despite claims ... «Irish Examiner, Apr 15»
Conscience clause could be used as a licence to discriminate …
A conscience clause sounds so virtuous. So ethical. So upright. In fact, a group of people whose religious convictions have led them to lobby for ... «Irish Independent, Apr 15»
Conscience clause could trigger costly boycotts, says MLA
The adoption of a "conscience clause" into Northern Ireland trading legislation could trigger a boycott similar to one affecting a US state that ... «Belfast Telegraph, Apr 15»
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