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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Majority of Americans Think Employers Should Comply With Contraception Rule

The Wall Street Journal - Washington Wire blog:  WSJ Poll: Majority Agree With Obamacare Contraception Rule, by Louise Radnofsky:

A majority of Americans side with the Obama administration in saying that most employers should be required to include contraception coverage in workers’ health plans even if the business owners have moral objections.

An NBC News/ Wall Street Journal poll found 53% of Americans believed that employers who opposed the use of birth control should not be exempt from the coverage requirement in the 2010 federal health law. Some 41% said employers who had objections should have the same exemption as religious organizations. Around 6% said they were not sure. . . .

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