Catholic Church Pressures Obama on Birth Control

Bishops reject president's proposed compromise on insurance for birth control.
1:17 | 02/12/12

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Catholic Church delivered a new message to the president saying his change of course on birth control still is not enough here's David -- The rift between the White House and a Catholic Church -- into the use this Sunday the president. Is wrong in imposing. His beliefs on. All of us in terms of religion. The president backed down Friday no religious institution now wanting insurance companies rather than religious groups to pay for contraceptive care as part of Health Care Reform. The Catholic health association applauded the accommodation. Even a church seem encouraged on Friday but then the bishops blasted the White House for needless government intrusion and threatening cool words in -- religious people. Republicans are ready for a fight. If this is what the president is willing to do in a tough -- what -- year. Imagine what he will do in implementing the rest of its health care law after election. But the president's chief of staff told ABC's George Stephanopoulos. There will be no more compromises. We can expect that there be universal support but we do think this is the right way to go -- -- the planet we're gonna -- there. So who's going to pay for this with a White House says it won't cost insurers more money because providing birth control. Actually lowers costs overall for women's health care.

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