In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's narrow decision to uphold the
federal health care law, another challenge to the mandate for insurance
coverage is headed toward the court. This one involves contraception,
religion and, most likely, corporate "personhood."
So far, 42
suits have been filed in the nation's courts challenging the law's
requirement that workplace health insurance plans cover birth-control
pills, IUDs and other female contraceptives, without co-payments.
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