"Many Catholic colleges decline to prescribe or cover birth control, citing religious reasons. Now they are under pressure to change," reports Denise Grady for the New York Times. This month, the Obama administration decided that insurance plans at Catholic institutions would have to cover contraception without a co-pay -- a rule that may be extended to students. Many Catholic institutions are pushing back against the decision, "saying it would force them to violate their beliefs and finance behavior that betrays Catholic teachings."
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