Even after Justice Sotomayor performed a holiday miracle by waving her gavel at a grey flannel sky and causing sundry forms of contraception to snow down onto every tax-exempt piece of Catholic real estate in the land (that's how pop-up books in the future will tell it, so you better get on board with the legend now), peeps across the U.S. are still giving the 2010 health-care law's contraception mandate a hard time. A lot of peeps. Over 40 lawsuits have been filed challenging the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's requirement that for-profit companies offer workers insurance to cover some form of contraception, and, on Friday, a divided federal appeals court sided with an Illinois employer by temporarily blocking the U.S. government from requiring the employer to follow the mandate.
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