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Dr. Treadwell: Court Halts His Invasive Agenda

Courts Blocks Treadwell’s Attempts to Play Doctor


A Superior Court judge has put a hold on U.S. Senate candidate Mead Treadwell’s attempts to have government make health care decisions for Alaska women. Treadwell is pushing his personal beliefs by mandating a policy to invade a woman’s medical privacy by disclosing women’s medical information to the government.

“Mead Treadwell is using government to mandate his personal beliefs on Alaska’s women. This anti-woman, anti-privacy agenda that is so extreme and so invasive that Mead Treadwell may have pushed an unconstitutional plan in his desire to enact his beliefs,” said Susanne Fleek-Green, Campaign Manager for Alaskans for Begich.

The court’s action puts a hold on Treadwell’s push to force Alaska women to report their medical information to the government so the state can determine whether or not their “condition” makes them eligible for certain reproductive services. Treadwell’s attempts target Alaska women who may have limited economic resources and access to health care.