Monday, October 01, 2007

Screw Women.

Interesting development from the AP:

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Monday declined to enter a church-state dispute over whether some religious organizations can be forced to pay for workers' birth-control health insurance benefits, a growing trend in the states.

The court let stand a New York court ruling upholding a state law that forces religious-based social service agencies to subsidize contraceptives as part of prescription drug coverage they offer employees.

New York is one of 23 states that require employers that offer prescription benefits to employees to cover birth control pills as well, the groups say.
So this means that 27 states do not require employers who offer prescription benefits to employees to also cover birth control pills.

I bet they all cover Viagra, though.

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