Two new polls released on Tuesday indicate the contraception-coverage
controversy currently roiling the White House might not be as
politically damaging as critics have claimed.
The Obama administration’s decision to make all insurers provide
birth control free of charge to patients drew a firestorm of criticism,
spearheaded by the Catholic Church and Republican leaders who said it
interfered with religious objections to contraception. The issue has
become a centerpiece of the GOP presidential campaign.
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