Hot News Stories (2/6/14)Posted: February 6, 2014
Chicago Now (Chicago, IL)
Chicago Public Schools students react to sex ed changes: “Sex Ed is actually helping students make the right decisions and also helping them prevent diseases in the future, but it all depends on the person.”
The Washington Times (Washington, DC)
Some religious groups are backing the government in the Supreme Court case over the contraceptive mandate, saying that while they believe in the freedom of worship, the administration’s proposal to cover women’s health is the least objectionable path forward.
Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, UT)
The LDS Church is not opposed to birth-control use among its members, leaving any such decision up to the couples involved. But the Utah-based faith is siding with other churches in opposing the Obamacare mandate to pay for contraception.
Politico (Washington, DC)
The Obama administration is fighting the University of Notre Dame’s request for a reprieve from complying with Obamacare’s contraception coverage requirements.