The morning after pill, Plan B and the week after pill, Ella, are a subject of great debate in regards to providing these pills as a type of contraception in the health care mandate. Conflicting opinions and interpretations abound in this discussion. This article, a part of the NPR blog, provides some scientific explanations as to how these drugs work and raises some interesting questions. To read more…..
U.S. Roman Catholic bishops rejected the President’s latest bid for a compromise in the new health care policy that requires all employees to have access to insurance coverage for contraceptives including the morning after pill. Continue to read…..
Religious organizations that object to providing birth control coverage, including the “morning after pill” in the Affordable Care Act, would be allowed to hand that responsibility to a third party under a proposal made by the Obama administration. For further information, click here…..