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Senate to vote on controversial contraception amendment

Washington (CNN) - The Senate is set to vote Thursday on a controversial amendment pushed by Senate Republicans that would allow employers to opt out of healthcare coverage they disagree with on moral grounds. The so-called "conscience" amendment, sponsored by Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), is the Senate Republicans response to the simmering controversy over a [...]
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