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Supreme Court Sides with Religious Group on Birth Control

The U.S. Supreme Court sides with a religious group on the issue of providing birth control coverage to employees.
The U.S. Supreme Court sides with a religious group on the issue of providing birth control coverage to employees.

The Catholic-affiliated group, Little Sisters of the Poor, argued against covering contraceptive costs for religious reasons.

The Supreme Court voted today to extend a temporary injunction, exempting the charity from the Affordable Care Act conception mandate.

The case now goes back to the lower courts for review.
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