Last week, the Obama administration announced its final policy on no-cost birth control.
The Obama administration resisted pressure from anti-contraception groups. These groups wanted to broaden the refusal rule in a way that would have allowed many employers, including universities and hospitals, to refuse to cover birth control.
As a result of the administration's decision, millions of women will get access to contraception--and they will not have to ask their bosses for permission.
Catholic leaders are fighting against a new Obamacare policy requiring insurers and businesses to offer contraception coverage to women, even after the White House announced a compromise to protect religious institutions. Under the ... Read Post
Last week, the Obama administration refused to broaden exemptions to a rule that requires employers to provide health insurance for contraception. The rule ensures that millions of women will be able to afford commonly used birth co... Read Post