Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of Health and Human Services, delivered the commencement address at Georgetown University’s Public Policy Institute on Friday. Leaders in the Catholic Church had pressured Georgetown to rescind her invitation, given her key role in implementing the health reform law, which requires employers to cover contraceptives.
Sebelius’s speech, which you can read here, contained more commencement platitudes than political statements; she didn’t once mention birth control.
Below is the full address Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius gave to Georgetown University’s Public Policy Institute Friday. The text was sent in advance of her speech. Dean Montgomery, members of the faculty, fam... Read Post
Kathleen Sebelius will speak to the graduating students of Georgetown's Public Policy center this morning. We will cover it live when it begins around 11 am. Sebelius' appearance at a Catholic University commencement has been the ca... Read Post