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"It is time to set aside partisan divisions and special interest pressures to find ways to enact genuine reform. We encourage the administration and Congress to work in a bipartisan manner marked by political courage, vision and leadership," the bishops said [in a letter sent to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid this week].
"As pastors and teachers," the letter continued, "we believe genuine health care reform must protect human life and dignity from conception to natural death, not threaten them, especially for the voiceless and vulnerable. We believe health care legislation must respect the consciences of providers, taxpayers, purchasers of insurance and others, not violate them.
"We believe universal coverage should be truly universal and should not be denied to those in need because of their condition, age, where they come from or when they arrive here. Providing affordable and accessible health care that clearly reflects these fundamental principles is a public good, moral imperative and urgent national priority."
"We hope and pray," the letter added, "that the Congress and the country will come together around genuine health care reform that protects the life, dignity, consciences and health of all."
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