Reality Check: Did President Obama's contraception compromise fo - Tucson News Now

Reality Check: Did President Obama's contraception compromise forget the rights of the individual?

(FOX19) - President Obama last week reversed a rule in the healthcare law that would have required some religious institutions to provide health insurance coverage for contraception.

After a lot of back and forth, the President shifted gears and settled on a compromise.  But did that compromise really change anything?

Ben has the Reality Check

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