WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has rejected another challenge to President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
By Associated Press
Teen pregnancies rose by 50 percent in the Philippines over the last decade. Now that predominantly Roman Catholic country has begun implementing a law -- contested for years -- that requires public health facilities to offer free contraceptive services. Special…
By PBS NewsHour
Catholic and other religious hospitals and universities have been arguing in federal court for much of the past two years that they shouldn’t have to offer or facilitate birth control as part of their employee health plans because it violates…
By Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News
All FDA-approved methods of birth control are considered preventive care, and the health law requires nearly all health plans sold on the individual and group markets to cover preventive care without any out-of-pocket cost to consumers. The Supreme Court decision…
By Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News
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