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Supreme Court Temporarily Allows Religious Groups Not to Cover Contraceptives
The Washington Post; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
Jan. 2, 2014
"The ruling applied not only to the Little Sisters of the Poor, a nonprofit group that provides services to low-income elderly people, but also to more than 200 other faith-based groups that use insurance offered by the Christian Brothers Employee Benefit Trust, which adheres to Catholic principles.... The ruling did not apply more broadly. The vast majority of Catholic dioceses and other groups that oppose the contraceptive mandate did not go to court over it, and thus in many cases must provide the coverage or be fined."

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