The United States Supreme Court decided that some companies can refuse to pay for coverage of health insurance for birth control, as the Affordable Care Act calls for, arguing that this violates their right to freedom of religion. The decision dramatically divided the court, and hot debate is growing in public opinion as well. Many women rights leaders say the decision allows bosses to get involved in what should be personal decisions of their employees. Marco Vinicio González prepared this report of some of the concerns detailed on a recent edition of Radio Bilingüe’s national talkshow Línea Abierta.
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