Minn., ND delegations toe party line on contraception
WASHINGTON -- A battle prompted by the controversy over mandated insurance coverage for birth control might not be settled after a particularly partisan vote Thursday in the U.S. Senate.
The Senate halted a controversial amendment that would have given employers and insurers broad discretion in denying health care coverage for any service they found "morally objectionable."
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