US Supreme Court Likely Split on Contraception Case

March 24, 2016

(BBC) – The US Supreme Court appeared to be evenly divided over a case about faith-based groups indirectly providing contraception in employee health plans. Under the Affordable Care Act, employers are required to cover the cost of contraception with insurance. Religious groups argue that they should be exempt from the requirement because it violates religious liberty.

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