Politics And Faith Collide In Contraceptive Debate

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Michael Gerson, columnist, Washington Post
Simone Campbell, executive director, NETWORK

Under a revised plan on contraception health coverage, insurance companies — not Catholic institutions — will have to pay for contraception for employees. The issue has been a flash point for Bishops since before the health care law passed through Congress.

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