| 11 Nov 2014 | 02:15

    After sending a letter to the city and state health departments about President George W. Bush"s last minute proposals to change Food and Drug Administration regulations, State Sen. Liz Krueger is again criticizing a round of â??midnight changes to women"s health policy. Krueger said changes to the federal Health and Human Services Department"s policy on allowing health care providers to object to providing abortions or birth control to â??protect their conscience will be hamper women"s ability to receive health care. â??[This will] serve to undermine many of the fundamental rights to reproductive health access that women across this country have fought for and could have the additional impact of superseding laws in states like New York which have been trailblazers for women's rights, Krueger said in a statement.