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The Senate is debating Republican legislation aimed at taking a bite out of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
President Barack Obama announced Friday that he’s backing off of a requirement for church-affiliated employers to provide birth control coverage.
In what senior administration officials described as an “accommodation,” President Obama announced the government will not force religiously-affiliated institutions to directly provide birth control coverage.
In August of 2012, health insurance companies will be required to cover the cost of birth control pills for their female subscribers without co-pays or deductibles.
The government says nearly all U.S. teens have had formal sex education, but only about two-thirds have been taught about birth control methods.