By Julian Hattem
April 9, 2013
A group of nonreligious organizations is criticizing the contraception coverage mandate under President Obama’s healthcare reform law, arguing the rules are too lenient on religious employers.
In a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the 12 secular organizations argue the rules would allow too many employers to duck the requirement that their insurance coverage include contraception.
Other groups signing the eight-page letter include American Atheists, the American Humanist Association, the Secular Student Alliance, the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers, the Council for Secular Humanism and the American Ethical Union.
Read the full article at The Hill’s Regulation Blog here.