54,231 Comments Later, a Contraceptive Coverage Dispute Is Still Unresolved

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After receiving more than 54,000 comments on whether and how to accommodate objections from religious nonprofit groups to the health care law's contraceptive insurance requirement, the Obama administration said it will not make any changes to the practices that were challenged—and left unresolved—in the U.S. Supreme Court.

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  • M. Sanger

    That the agencies apparently made no effort to summarize the breakdown of comments (and/or Ms. Coyle chose not to report it), readers can safely assume that an overwhelming majority of commenters opposed the godless Obammunists‘ efforts to force secular values down Americans‘ throats -- despite First Amendment protections for religion. Fortunately, voters saw fit to throw those bums out of office.

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