• Trump's effort to roll out a restrictive birth control policy has been blocked in 13 states, but some women are still at risk of losing free birth control access

    2 days ago - By Business Insider

    On Sunday, a federal judge partially blocked Trump administration rules that allow some employers to drop birth control coverage for religious or moral reasons, Reuters reported.
    The rules were blocked from taking effect in California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
    In his order, the judge wrote that "women in other states are at risk of losing access to cost-free contraceptives when the final rules take effect."
    But if employers choose to stop offering birth...
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  • Federal Judge Blocks Trump Birth Control Policy in 13 States, D.C

    Federal Judge Blocks Trump Birth Control Policy in 13 States, D.C

    2 days ago - By Newsweek

    The Trump administration had attempted to allow companies to opt out of providing birth control to their employees.
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  • Judge Blocks Trump Administration's Effort to Revoke Obamacare Birth Control Coverage

    3 days ago - By Fortune

    The Trump administration's effort to let companies with religious or moral objections opt out of Obamacare requirements that they offer free contraception coverage in their employee health care plans hit a road block in a California court on the eve of the new rules taking effect.
    U.S. District Judge Haywood Gilliam in Oakland issued a preliminary injunction against the final rules for the new Affordable Care Act exemption on Sunday, though he limited it to the 13 states that sued, plus the District of Columbia.
    The decision, which may be appealed, ramps up the culture war triggered by...
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