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.
The Obama administration is accepting comments from the public until April 8th on the Notice of Proposed Rule-Making for the birth control benefit or contraceptive coverage rule. The proposed rule amends the exemption for houses of ... Read Post
Click here to view this media John Boehner actually got out of his chair and gave a speech Wednesday on the House floor, decrying the Obama administration's policy of requiring birth control coverage with no co-payments to employees... Read Post