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  • Editorial: Reproductive services: the Hoag Hospital compact

    Editorial: Reproductive services: the Hoag Hospital compact
    When Hoag Hospital, which has facilities in Irvine and Newport Beach, announced it was establishing a partnership with St. Joseph Health System, community groups say they were promised that the hospital would continue to provide the same services it always had. But soon after — and not all that surprisingly, given that St. Joseph is Catholic-run — Hoag declared that it would stop providing elective abortions.
  • Attorney general, Hoag Hospital reach accord on abortion

    Attorney general, Hoag Hospital reach accord on abortion
    The state attorney general's office has found that Newport Beach's Hoag Hospital can continue to refuse to provide elective abortions, as long as the hospital helps women access those services elsewhere, according to an agreement released Friday. The...

    The God Squad: The balance between divorce and faith

    Q: I am Catholic, and recently attended the First Holy Communion for the son of dear friends at the Catholic church they attend. The family is very active at the church and the parish school this boy attends. After the ceremony, when everyone got up to...

    Mailbag: AirFair opposes new development near JWA

    Members of the Board of Directors of AirFair have recently participated in the discussions regarding caps on John Wayne Airport — "the Settlement Agreement" — due to be publicly released later this month. Several large developments, one...

    Governor appoints 3 new Fair Board members

    Gov. Jerry Brown recently appointed two labor leaders and a newspaper owner to serve on the Orange County Fair Board. Added to the nine-member board, which governs the state-owned fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, are Sandra Cervantes and Robert Ruiz, both of...