Catholic bishops reject revised ObamaCare contraceptive rule
Catholic bishops have rejected the Obama administration’s latest proposal on mandatory contraceptive coverage, vowing to continue to fight for changes before the policy becomes final.
After reviewing the administration’s proposal unveiled last week, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said it stands by its earlier concerns.
“Because the stakes are so high, we will not cease from our effort to assure that healthcare for all does not mean freedom for few,” New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan, president of the bishops’ conference, said in a statement.
Under the federal health care overhaul, the administration has pressed to require most employers to provide access to free contraceptive coverage.