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In response to objections over religious freedom as it applies to contraception provided by religious employers, the Obama administration has offered slightly revised guidelines that would insure women for contraception without directly requiring religious organizations to support products or procedures to which they object.

Read more at Christianity Today.

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Posted: February 6, 2013; All posts for week of February 4, 2013

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