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Topic - Lawrence Morris
Catholic University officials will continue to fight a mandate in President Obama's health care law that requires the school to provide insurance coverage for contraception, the school said Monday, even though a federal judge dismissed their lawsuit against the government as premature.
"I think we have the strongest possible argument," Mr. Morris said, "because our affiliation is directly with the church."
The university's general counsel, Lawrence Morris, said the government has not consulted with school officials in drafting the expected accommodation, so they would "just be guessing" on how it will be worded.