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Comments Submitted by the Coalition

Click here to view comments submitted by the Virginia Coalition to Protect Women's Health concerning the Board's final vote on regulations of women's health centers

These comments were submitted to the Board of Health on March 29, 2013, concerning the Board's final vote on permanent regulations of women's health centers and offering major findings of a statewide poll, the description of the process by which the federal government incorporates medical expert comment on what procedures can safely be performed in non-inpatient settings, and materials to counter inaccurate information that has been provided to the Board. 

Click here to view comments submitted by the Virginia Coalition to Protect Women's Health concerning the Board's reconsideration of regulations of women's health centers

These comments were submitted to the Board of Health on September 7, 2012, concerning the Board's reconsideration of permanent regulations of women's health centers and offering materials to counter inaccurate information that has been provided to the Board.


Click here to view comments submitted by Coalition partner Center for Reproductive Rights concerning the Board's reconsideration of regulations of women's health centers 

These comments were submitted to the Board of Health on September 5, 2012, asserting that state law cannot compel the Board to approve regulations that violate the federal constitution. 


Click here to view the comments submitted by the Virginia Coalition to Protect Women's Health concerning proposed permanent regulation of women's health centers

These comments were submitted to the Board of Health on June 14, 2012, concerning the most serious issues contained in the proposed permanent regulations and offering recommendations for the Board to address those issues and maintain patient safety and access.


Click here to view the packet of information submitted by the Virginia Coalition to Protect Womenís Health as comments on the Boardís rulemaking process pursuant to Senate Bill 924

This packet was submitted to the Board of Health on February 15, 2012, urging the Board to uphold proven medical practices and science and change the onerous provisions of the temporary emergency regulations that threaten to close or limit services at womenís health centers.