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Most plans must cover all FDA-approved birth control methods, but advocates say it is still common for women to face rejection for some forms.
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Religious Employers Are Offered Fix On Birth Control Coverage

News outlets report that the regulations, expected to be published later today, will allow religious nonprofits -- and perhaps later religious business owners -- to notify the government that they object to providing contraception coverage. Federal officials would then arrange for the workers' insurance. Fri, Aug 22

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