HHS Rules On Contraception Coverage; Insurance Labels Draw Attention
The Wall Street Journal reports on the reaction by some Catholic leaders to the White House's decision to require religious employer's health plans to cover contraception. Meanwhile, KHN reports that consumer groups are urging the Obama administration not to weaken the health law's provisions related to insurance labels.
The Wall Street Journal: Catholics Blast Rule On Contraception
Catholic leaders lashed out at the Obama administration's decision to require religious employers' health plans to cover contraceptives, accusing the White House of betraying them on the issue (Radnofsky, 1/25).
Kaiser Health News: Capsules: Consumer Groups Ask Obama To Not Weaken Provisions For Insurance Labels
Leaders from some of the nation's top consumer and seniors advocacy groups today urged President Barack Obama not to weaken a key consumer provision of his signature health care overhaul law (Jaffe, 1/24).