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A Catholic university in Ohio has become the first college to drop its student health plans in the wake of the Obama administration's requirement that employee and student plans include all FDA-approved birth control.
"The fact that there will be no room one year from now for students to offer health coverage that does not provide contraceptives," said David Schmiesing, Franciscan University's vice president for student life. "There's no room for that one year from now with the current situation. It's hard for me to see how that's a compromise."