Monday, August 1, 2011

Free contraceptives mandated under new health care law

President Obama's Health and Human Services adminstration determined today that all health insurance policies will be required to offer all contraceptive methods, including the aborficant  Morning After pill, and sterilization for both men and women, for free, with no copayment under the new health care legislation. The HHS is now considering whether or not there should be a conscience exemption for religious organizations that provide health insurance for their employees and do not want to cover contraception and sterilization.

More chillingly, LifeSiteNews reports that "The same report even suggested that elective abortion could also have been considered a mandatory “preventive service” had it not been for federal law: the authors note that abortion had to be ruled out “despite the health and well-being benefits to some women.” Read the full article here.

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