WASHINGTON -- Conservatives said Sunday the flap surrounding
President Barack Obama's birth control mandate was far from over, with
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell saying he will push to overturn
the requirement because it was another example of government meddling.
While a senior White House official shrugged off such remarks,
declaring the issue resolved and new legislation unlikely, the heated
rhetoric from Republicans suggested the GOP would try to keep the debate
alive in an election year to rally conservatives and seize upon voter
frustration with big government.
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