Court: Catholic Group Must Cover Birth Control

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The California Supreme Court rules that the Catholic Charities group must provide employees with health plans that include birth control coverage. The court rules the group is not covered by exemptions for religious organizations, because it provides secular services. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports.



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