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Wed, Feb. 06 2013 04:51 AM EDT

Religious Freedom Concerns Continue After Birth Control Mandate Revision

By Napp Nazworth
The Department of Health and Human Services announced last Friday a proposed change to its birth control mandate. The change, which HHS considers an "accommodation" for nonexempt religious groups, does not, however, address the underlying religious freedom concerns of the over 40 plaintiffs who have sued HHS citing their First Amendment religious freedom rights, according to Kyle Duncan, general counsel for The Becket Fund, which represents some of the plaintiffs, in a Monday interview with The Christian Post. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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