Bare majority oppose Obama contraception plan

Rick Moran
And Catholics are not in tune with their church's teachings about it. CNN: Half of all Americans say they oppose the Obama administration's new policy concerning employer-provided health insurance plans and their coverage of contraceptive services for female employees including those at religiously affiliated institutions, according to a new national survey. The push by the White House has been sharply criticized by Catholic Church officials, and many political pundits have said that the controversy could hurt President Barack Obama's re-election chances with Catholic voters. But a CNN/ORC International poll released Thursday also indicates that the vast majority of Catholic Americans say they don't always follow church teachings on such issues as abortion and birth control, and few Americans Catholics believe artificial means of birth control are wrong. According to the survey, 50% of the public disapproves of the Obama administration policy, with 44% saying they approve of the...(Read Full Post)

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