University of Notre Dame employees will still have access to no cost birth control through a third party provider at no cost to staff or the university.
An email sent by Notre Dame to faculty and staff on Friday showed that insurance coverage for birth control would end for employees on Jan. 1.
The University of Notre Dame will stop providing birth control coverage, making it one of the targets of a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union.
Notre Dame argues providing birth control coverage goes against its religious beliefs, but organizations challenging the rule say it's a form of discrimination.
The new rule allows employers to opt-out of providing no-cost birth control for religious or moral reasons.
Judge Jon DeGuilio says the diocese and its non-profit affiliates do not have to provide contraceptive coverage to employees.
Members of the task force say the specifics of their recommendation will be made public if and when City Council approves.
Many Indiana organizations are being told they must offer contraceptives as a part of their health plan because of a federal mandate.
Within ten minutes of the governor’s signature on the bill, the organization’s lawyers filed for the stay.
Planned Parenthood denies claims that it uses federal funds to perform abortions.