Still not good enough, Mr. President

Religious liberty groups had multiple objections to the proposal. First, the groups said, religious organizations still will be required to carry an insurance plan that is tied to coverage of contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs. Second, religious employers -- particularly those who are self-insured -- will be acting as "conduits" with health providers to ensure their employees can obtain the drugs. Third, it's unclear who is paying for the "free drugs." As some religious commentators were suggesting: Will insurance companies simply raise rates -- and thereby pass the cost for the abortion-causing drugs on to the religious organization?
 New HHS rule on abortion mandate 'inadequate'

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