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On Friday, President Obama received widespread praise for reaffirming his commitment to ensuring that all women can get contraceptive coverage without a copay Unfortunately, extremists in Congress don't want women to have access to insurance coverage of birth control at all--even though 99 percent of American women (including 98 percent of Catholic women) use birth control at some point in their lives.
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