Catholic colleges are joining schools nationwide to fight a federal law
requiring new health plans to cover birth control, saying the rule
violates their right to oppose contraception.
Dozens of schools
and organizations have opposed the provision in the federal Affordable
Care Act. The law, which would take effect Aug. 1, exempts some churches
from including contraceptive coverage in the health care plans they
offer, but not colleges or other religious groups.
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