Politics & Government

July 2, 2014 4:34 PM

US court doesn’t change NC contraception law

The Supreme Court ruling this week that certain business owners don’t have to provide their employees with no-cost access to contraceptives under federal law doesn’t affect North Carolina’s state law on contraceptives.

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