Trump Gives Employers Power Back Over Birth Control Mandate

Strong willed independent feminists demand other people pay for their birth control.

President Donald Trump’s administration announced Friday that it will provide employers with religious or moral objections to providing birth control in their employee health insurance plans an exemption.

The administration’s exemption includes “any non-profit organization that have a religious or moral objection to providing contraception,” a senior Health and Human Services (HHS) official told reporters Friday.

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  • GrimmCreeper

    Their business, their choice. If an employee doesn’t like it he or she is free to work elsewhere. Isn’t that a right to choose?

    • Sharkibark

      Yup. If you have deeply held beliefs that your employer should give you free stuff, check out the free stuff list before you apply.

  • If people want these pills so badly, why don’t they pay for them themselves?

  • Alain

    Why would it be covered by health insurance, when it has nothing to do with health. Yes, I know it was Obama and PP forcing it. Even in loopy Canada with our socialised health care, it is not covered. Still it is bad enough that abortions at any time are covered while no other selective surgery is.

  • tom_billesley

    The slogan on the placard is cut short. It should read:
    My birth control
    My decision
    Your dollar