Obama Faces Backlash for Birth Control Policies

obama Faces Backlash for Birth Control Policies

who she is or where she works or how much money she makes Obama said. He saracastically thanked Obama for uniting conservatives. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Sebelius said, the federal Office of Personnel Management could encourage or require one or more private insurers to provide contraceptive coverage for people in a religious organizations health plan. "Obama is now telling the Catholic church they are going to have to pay for things that are against their basic tenets Santorum, a Catholic, told C-Pac. Secretary Sebelius said the money could come from pharmaceutical companies, which sometimes provide discounts to favored customers by paying rebates on drugs. On Friday, the went a step further and said it the Untold Story of the Most Evil Influences of our time would propose a similar requirement for group health plans sponsored by religious organizations that insure themselves.

Taking everything together then,. Log in or Sign up log in sign up, sort. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops withheld judgement on the compromise, saying in a statement they would study it and that it was too soon to tell whether and how much of an improvement it was to core concerns. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. And the thought that all three would vote in his favor. But "the principle of religious liberty" is also at stake. Catholic hospitals and universities to provide contraception in employee health plans. View more comparing sociology videos on CBS News, featuring the latest in-depth.

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