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Federal Appeals Court Hears Tamesha Means’s Case, Woman Denied Emergency Medical Care Because Of Hospital’s Religious Directives

CINCINNATI – A federal appeals court will today hear a case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of Tamesha Means, a pregnant woman who was denied emergency medical treatment for a miscarriage because the hospital was prohibited from providing appropriate care by religious directives written by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. The directives prohibit doctors working at Catholic hospitals from terminating a woman’s pregnancy or providing information about abortion, even when the woman’s health or life is at risk. The lawsuit charges that, because of the directives, the USCCB is ultimately responsible for the unnecessary trauma and harm that Tamesha and other pregnant women in similar situations have experienced at Catholic-sponsored hospitals.


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