Rule Proposes Individual Option For Contraceptive Coverage In Religious Exemption Cases

By Jessica Karins / January 30, 2023 at 6:42 PM
More individuals would be able to access contraceptive services despite receiving insurance coverage from an entity with a religious objection to providing them, if a rule the Biden administration proposed Monday (Jan. 30 goes into effect. The rule would narrow the accommodations to employers and universities who object to offering the cost-free birth control required under the Affordable Care Act created by a 2018 Trump administration rule and establish a pathway for individual workers and students to access the services...

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