Trump Ends ObamaCare Abortion and Contraceptive Mandate

University of Arizona Center for Rural Health Navigators Maria Losoya gives people information and answers questions about health insurance in Tucson, Arizona U.S. REUTERS  Caitlin O'Hara

Trump Administration Poised to Roll Back Federal Birth Control Coverage Mandate

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt said he applauded the Trump administration for issuing new rules and guidance, "I commend President Trump for following through on his promise to restore and protect the religious freedom and conscience rights of all Americans", said Blunt.

"The Trump Administration's decision to reverse the federal requirement for employers to provide insurance coverage for contraception and abortion drugs and devices upholds the religious freedom for Little Sisters of the Poor, and many other nonprofit organizations, who can not and will not participate in killing innocent children", said Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel.

The top Democrat in the House says the Trump administration's decision allowing more employers to opt out of providing no-cost birth control to women is despicable. The Supreme Court told the Obama administration in April 2016 that it must find a way to accommodate religious employers while also guaranteeing that women continue to receive full and equal contraception coverage, regardless of where they work.

The American Civil Liberties Union on Friday said it is filing a lawsuit against the Trump administration. The requirement to provide FDA-approved contraception at no cost was long opposed by religious groups that heavily favored Trump, and has been wrapped up in legal challenges for more than five years.

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It took almost nine months to take action, but the Trump administration will finally act on its promise to undo the HHS contraception mandate and protect religious liberty.

By and large, employers do not save money by deciding not to cover contraceptive care, as the savings from not providing birth control are typically mitigated by an uptick in pregnancies, births, and associated costs.

Brown said that weakening contraception coverage could also take a toll on maternal mortality, community health and economic stability of women and families.

Trump has been expected to dismantle the birth control health care mandate for a while now, since undoing Obama-era protections one by one is kind of his thing. Now certain companies, including universities, can refuse to provide this kind of coverage provided they have some sort of religious or moral objection.

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"Contraception is an essential component of health care", Davis said in a Friday press release.

"Donald Trump's latest dictate is a ideal execution of his passions: controlling women and robbing people of healthcare", said NARAL president Ilyse Hogue.

The new rules take effect right away. "President Trump promised that this administration would 'lead by example on religious liberty, ' and he is delivering on that promise". In June 2014, justices ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby and other closely held corporations whose owners objected to contraception for religious reasons.

In one of the new rules, the Trump administration says that exemptions should be available to "nonreligious nonprofit organizations" like March for Life, which holds an annual march opposing abortion.

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"You don't need nuns to give out contraceptives", he said, noting that until Obamacare's rules were implemented, about 2011 or so, "nobody would have thought the right way to get contraceptives to people would have been to get nuns involved". "The private medical decisions made by an employee are not the business of their employer", the group said.

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