(Reuters) - A Catholic-owned family business
in Michigan does not have to comply with the provision of the new U.S.
healthcare law that requires private employers to provide employees with
health insurance that covers birth control, a federal judge in Detroit has ruled.
U.S. District Judge Robert
Cleland, in a ruling late Wednesday, temporarily blocked the government
from forcing the owner of Weingartz Supply Company, which sells outdoor
power equipment, to include contraception in its health coverage of