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Free coverage for contraceptives? Supreme Court again considers religious exemptions

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The justices' willingness to hear a dispute the high court has considered twice before likely bodes well for the Obamacare provision's challengers.
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News video: U.S. Supreme Court Again Takes Up Issue Of Birth Control Versus Religious Freedom

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The U.S. Supreme Court is again taking up the issue of birth control versus religious freedom. It's a fight over contraceptive coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Justices heard arguments by phone Wednesday morning, and one justice joined from the hospital; Kate Smith reports for CBS2.

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