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Supreme Court’s birth control decision could negatively impact LGBTQ Americans

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religious grounds to providing this insurance so long as they gave notice of their objection so employees could apply for supplemental insurance to cover contraception and any other medication or procedures to which the employer might object.

But the Trump administration changed the rules, allowing any employer to deny insurance coverage based on personal or moral objections, and to do so without notifying their employees.Pennsylvania and New Jersey sued to block the Trump administration’s rules from taking effect, arguing that they were inconsistent with the Affordable Care Act and were adopted without notifying the public or allowing them to comment on the proposed changes.

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