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Obama Administration Changing Birth Control Mandate Exemption After Court Loss

Tuesday evening, senior Obama Administration officials said that since they lost in the Supreme Court ruling about the contraception mandate, the Administration will release a revamped religious exemption for Obamacare’s mandate to provide contraceptives to employees at no cost.

Politics

Illinois college part of changes to Obamacare contraception mandate

(CNN) — The Obama administration announced revisions to the Obamacare contraception mandate so that nonprofit religious organizations can opt out of signing a release form to avoid covering birth control and workers for those nonprofits are able to obtain separate contraception coverage without a copay. 369 more words

Politics

Poliidiots.com of the Month: Wheaton College-still not happy with White House 2 Tweak Birth Control Coverage Rule

Wheaton College interperting the White House offering them a way out of providing contraception coverage as permission for a third party to offer birth control is kind of cultish like. 153 more words

Poliidiots Of The Month Feature

Gaining MOMENTUM

At 11pm tonight, 81 students and 7 leaders from Grace Student Ministries will meet at church to board two busses. Their destination?… Momentum Youth Conference in Chicago!! 223 more words

Development And Deployment

THOUGHTS ON THE SECULAR UNIVERSITY—Pt. II

Last week I responded to a rant in the Chronicle of Higher Education by University of Pennsylvania Professor Peter Conn (“The Great Accreditation Farce” 1,551 more words

Higher Education

"The High Court’s Highhandedness": Rulings Are Based Less In Law Than In The Personal Beliefs Of The Men On The Tribunal

It is a case of Supreme hypocrisy.

The adjective refers to that nine-person tribunal at the top of the American legal system, the noun to its latest act of judicial malpractice. 614 more words

Corporations

Illinois peeps, check out - Hobby Lobby’s Disturbing Sequel

On a ruling that exempts a Christian college from a regulation that provides contraception coverage, the court’s male justices further violated women’s rights.. via NYT Opinion http://ift.tt/1n5Dldu

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