Sharon Levin

National Women's Law Center

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Director of Federal Health Reproductive Policy at the National Women's Law Center

Sharon Levin on KCRW

Religious organizations are fighting some mandates of the  Affordable Care Act , but it's not about cost. It's about moral objections to contraception.

Contraceptives, Obamacare and Religious Freedom

Religious organizations are fighting some mandates of the Affordable Care Act , but it's not about cost. It's about moral objections to contraception.

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