Jamie Manson

National Catholic Reporter

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Columnist for the National Catholic Reporter, she has worked as a lay minister in New York City working with homeless and poor populations

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President Obama said today he won't back down on the  new rule  that insurance plans – even at religious institutions -- provide free contraceptives to all women employees for family…

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President Obama said today he won't back down on the new rule that insurance plans – even at religious institutions -- provide free contraceptives to all women employees for family…

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