The ACA requires insurance companies to provide contraception without deductibles or co-pays. There is no requirement for employers to pay for it - the burden is on the insurance companies.Religious leaders push for ObamaCare contraception mandate exemptions
July 03, 2013
Leaders of religious groups representing more than 100 million Americans said Tuesday that religious institutions and business owners should not be forced to provide contraceptive coverage that violates their conscience.
In an open letter unveiled at a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, the coalition of groups urges the Department of Health and Human Services to exempt "any organization or individual that has religious or moral objections" to the so-called contraception mandate in ObamaCare.
The letter is signed by leaders of the Roman Catholic church, the Southern Baptist Convention, the National Association of Evangelicals, the Assemblies of God and the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, among others.
And since when does anybody but Catholics object to contraception? Baptists, Evangelicals, Lutherans, all of them use birth control.