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Topic - Deirdre Mcquade
Many church-affiliated institutions will have to cover free birth control for their employees, the Obama administration announced Friday in an election-year decision certain to upset conservatives and add to the national debate about the reach of government.
The decision is "a radical incursion into freedom of conscience," said Deirdre McQuade, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. "Never before in U.S. history has the federal government forced citizens to purchase directly what violates their beliefs."