The compromise requires religious employers like schools and charities to offer contraception in employee health plans but wouldn’t require them to pay for it, instead shifting the costs to health-insurance providers.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the loudest critic of the insurance requirement since the administration proposed its first version last year, remains opposed to the coverage mandate.
As well they should . . .
The Catholic church is merely the latest (and most unified) to complain that DC is trampling on our rights as citizens as provided by the Constitution . . . something the folks in Washington choose almost daily to ignore.
Catholics comprise one of the largest demographic voting blocks in the country and should be able to force the hand of this administration.
Too bad we don't have a morning after pill for Obamneycrap.