Quick Read: Obama Administration Issues Proposed Contraception Coverage Rule

The controversy around contraception coverage started last August when the Administration said that insurers were required to cover contraception with no co-pay. Many religious nonprofits fought the rule, arguing it violated their religious beliefs.


Women who work for religious-affiliated organizations can have contraceptive services under their health insurance through separate coverage while allowing their employers not to violate their religious beliefs by exempting them from paying for it, according to a proposed regulation issued Friday by the Department of Health and Human Services.

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