Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Grant Gallicho has the story--which will interest many MOJ readers--at dotCommonweal. The beginning:
"Last night [July 8] the Catholic Health Association issued a memo to its members announcing that the final rules governing the Obama administration's contraception-coverage mandate are workable. In June of last year, CHA strongly criticized--as did the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops--the way the Department of Health and Human Services had attempted to accommodate the concerns of religious employers who objected to the mandate. The USCCB is still not (and may never be) happy with the rule. But CHA now believes HHS has addressed their concerns."
The rest of the story, with links, is here.