AUDIO: Roger Severino on Defending Conscience Rights in Healthcare


August 27, 2021 | "Religious Freedom Matters" podcast


On August 27, 2021, EPPC Senior Fellow (and director of the Center’s new HHS Accountability Project) Roger Severino joined Andrea Picciotti-Bayer of the Conscience Project and Matthew Bunson, EWTN News’ executive editor, on the “Religious Freedom Matters” podcast to discuss the threats to religious liberty and the protections under the law for conscience in healthcare.

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