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The Contraception Controversy: Church, State and Birth Control

The public is sharply divided on the January 2012 contraception coverage mandate issued by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, according to a February 2012 Pew Research Center survey. Viewpoints diverge along religious and political lines, and even people and institutions generally favorable toward the Obama administration are critical of the way the situation was handled. The Religion Newswriters Association, an educational organization devoted to promoting excellence in media coverage and public discourse about religion, has published an extensive set of materials exploring the background, polls, articles, blog posts and scholarly perspectives on the contraception mandate on its sister site, ReligionLink.



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