Notre Dame will stop covering birth control for students and employees

Less than a month after the Trump administration weakened Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate, the University of Notre Dame announced it will stop covering birth control for students, faculty and staff.

by Tami Luhby 

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The Catholic institution, which had long battled the Obama administration over the mandate, will end coverage of contraceptives for employees after Dec. 31. Students, whose insurance follows the academic calendar, will lose the benefits after Aug. 14.