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Fight Back against Anti-Contraception Groups Attacking the White House

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.
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