The RH Bill Story: Contentions and Compromises
- About the Book
Truly gripping is the detailed narration of what actually took place during the Senate and House debates. This is valuable documentation for most civil society pro- and anti-RHadvocates who can only occasionally, or sometimes never, gain access to the floor debates. What was actually said, or not said—the assertions, the rebuttals, the continuing attacks and defenses—offer intriguing insights into how contentious laws are passed in this country. A compelling read for all.
- About the Author(s)
Marilen Danguilan, AuthorMarilen J. Danguilan is a medical doctor trained in policy making, and has worked in UNICEF as senior adviser on Maternal Health and in the Philippine Senate as head of the technical staff for the Committee on Health. She is the author of Making Choices in Good Faith: A Challenge to the Catholic Church's Teachings on Sexuality and Contraception, which won the National Book Award in 1993, and women in Brackets: A Chronicle of Vatican Power and Control, which was short listed for the National Book Award in 1997.
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