Our Bodies Ourselves today posted an interview with Sen. Hillary Clinton about her national health care proposal and how it will affect women’s health. OBOS asked a number of questions about affordability and access to care and how drug prices can be kept in check. Read Clinton’s responses.
Stay tuned for more: The interview posted today is just the beginning of a longer conversation with Clinton’s campaign about the details of the plan.
Laurie Rubiner, Clinton’s legislative director and an expert on health care policy, recently fielded questions from several women’s health activists, including OBOS Executive Director Judy Nosigian; Cindy Pearson, executive director of the National Women’s Health Network; Maureen Corry, executive director of Childbirth Connection; and Byllye Avery, founder of the National Black Women’s Health Project, now the Black Women’s Health Imperative.
A full transcript of the conversation — and audio — will be posted on Monday, Dec. 3.