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September 3, 2015
Nondenominational March for Life could not claim religious exemption from the ACA's contraceptive mandate, but they have been granted a moral exemption.
"Employers do not need to provide insurance coverage for contraception even if their objections are moral rather than religious, a federal judge here ruled on Monday.
"The case concerned a group called March for Life, which was formed after the Supreme Court recognized a constitutional right to abortion in 1973 in Roe v. Wade. The group, Monday’s decision said, “is a nonprofit, nonreligious pro-life organization.'"--Adam Liptak, The New York Times