Last week the Obama Administration issued a set of rules and regulations it said would alleviate concerns Christians and others have about the mandate that employers–including many religious employers–pay for contraception and abortion-inducing drugs under the new healthcare law. The new rules, however, change little.
As reported by The Hill, seven state attorneys general “sued the Obama administration Thursday over its order requiring some religious employers to cover birth control in their employees’ healthcare plans. In the suit, the states argue that the White House infringed on the religious freedoms protected by the First Amendment.”
It is true that 98% of Catholic women use birth control? According to a lengthy refutation on LifeNews.com, abortion advocates and the White House are using a misleading figure.