Bill to Exempt Religious Groups From Obamacare Mandate Introduced; 'We All Must Respect Our Different Beliefs,' Sen. Lankford Says
August 6, 2015
A bill has been introduced in the Senate that would protect the freedom of religious organizations, institutions and businesses that believe an Affordable Care Act mandate, or "accommodation," requiring the coverage of contraception and abortion-inducing drugs in employee or student health insurance plans violates their religious beliefs.
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