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Demonstrators in Washington, D.C., argued for upholding the Affordable Care Act's birth control provision in 2015. The rollback of the rule is likely to spur further lawsuits, analysts say. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Trump Guts Requirement That Employer Health Plans Pay For Birth Control

With a new regulation, the administration will allow any company or nonprofit group to refuse to cover contraception by claiming a religious or moral exemption to the federal health law.

The First Daffodils Bibio
Nice to Turin Land Observations
Black Midas Ilyas Ahmed
Rabbits In A Hurry Superpitcher
If Only My Heart Were Wide Like the Sea Bruno Bavota
Logan's Loop Andrew Bird
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Trump Guts Requirement That Employer Health Plans Pay For Birth Control

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My Only Swerving El Ten Eleven
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A woman sits underneath a balloon, carrying the logo of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, in Paris on August 7, 2017. Activists were holding a four-day hunger strike calling for France to sign the ICAN-supported treaty to ban nuclear weapons. The group has now won the Nobel Peace Prize. Stephane De Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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International Campaign To Abolish Nuclear Weapons Wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize

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Opening the Gates Chequerboard
Tale of Two Cities
Portrait of Jenny Wynton Kelly Trio
Kissing Disease Melodium

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