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Birth Control: Latest Collision Between Individual Conscience And Society

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With Contraceptive Coverage Plan 2.0, Obama Pleases Allies, But Not Everyone

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Romney's Unlikely And Persuasive Defense Of The 'Individual Mandate'

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Administration Stands Firm On Birth Control Coverage

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Reversal On Health Mandate Came Late For Gingrich And Romney

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