Michael Moreland

Villanova University Law School

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Associate Professor of Law at Villanova University Law School where he teaches bioethics and the law; Associate Director for Domestic Policy for the George W Bush White House

Michael Moreland on KCRW

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…

Contraception, Religion and Presidential Politics

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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