It’s not the pill, it’s the payment: What polling says about the contraception mandate

On Friday the Obama administration filed its argument with the Supreme Court for why some Catholic groups should not be allowed to deny their employees contraception coverage, the latest salvo in an ongoing battle over how to treat those with religious beliefs under its new health law. While it remains unclear how the nation’s highest court will resolve the issue, one thing is clear: while Americans back the idea of contraception coverage in general, they are divided over whether to compel businesses and nonprofits with religious objections to provide it. CONT.

Juliet Eilperin & Scott Clement, Washington Post

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