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I picked up your newspaper while waiting for my car to get serviced and was very disappointed in your article on the front page. There were numerous areas that I found flaws throughout the article. I was wondering how offering free contraception will improved healthcare for women? The main purpose in taking contraception medication is to prevent conception from taking place. Contraception does not prevent STK or AIDS which would help improve women’s health. I felt that you were very one-sided in the different people that you quoted in your article (all in support of the mandate). There are many individuals who do not support this mandate. There are quite a few petitions going around opposing the HHS mandate. One is at stophhs.com and it has gathered 98,078 signatures. Another petition is at http://womenspeakeforthemselves.com which has collected 30,074 signatures. If you’re so concerned about improving women’s heath then why are you advocating for Natural Family Planning? According to sciencedaily.com, “researchers have found that a method of natural family planning that uses two indicators to identify the fertile phase in a woman’s menstrual cycle is as effective as the contraceptive pill for avoiding unplanned pregnancies if used correctly, according to a report published online by Europe’s leading reproductive medicine journal Human Reproduction.” Natural Family Planning by definition is natural and doesn’t have all the horrible side effects that the birth control pill does, which was another thing that your article seemed to miss reporting on. You wrote about how it helped with certain health problems but failed to mention the greater health risks in taking contraception pills, as according to national cancer institute (http://www.cancer.gov) “a number of studies suggest that current use of oral contraceptives (birth control pills) slightly increase the risk of breast cancer, especially among younger women. Oral contraceptive use is associated with an increased risk of cervical cancer and an increased risk of benign liver tumors.” Also, the journal of the May Clinic, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, had published a key article in it’s October 2006 issue entitled “Oral Contraceptive Use as a Risk Factor for Pre-menopausal Breast Cancer,” which showed an increased risk of 44%. The study also re-enforced the recent classification of oral contraception as Type 1 carcinogens by the International Agency for Cancer Research. My hopes in writing this letter was that in the future your reporting will be more factual and not one-sided.
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Sustainable Benefits in Startups
As a founder, financial security means something completely different to you than to your employees. As you hire people away from established companies, they’ll come asking for 401(k) or similar retirement plans. These plans are easily obtained, heavily regulated, and best managed for you by an outside party. Though many people will sell you a plan, search for an administrator who will do both your payroll processing AND 401(k) administration and reporting. Managing these two items place heavy fiduciary responsibilities and the fewer parties managing this, the better. Look at providers like Fidelity Investments, Paychex, and Intuit for starters. There usually are many wonderful local service providers locally in every community, so interview several and work with the one who provides you with the most warm fuzzies in the meeting. If multiple companies will manage your plans, make sure to interview all entities involved and ensure they are bonded and carry fidelity bond coverage. Keep a certificate of this bond for your records.