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Iran Launches Official Matchmaking Site to Promote Marriage
It’s NOT a dating site, officials say.
Revisiting a Landmark Birth Control Ruling, 50 Years Later
In Griswold v. Connecticut, the court decided in favor of allowing married couples to use contraception, a precedent-setting decision.
Contraception Must Be Free, Administration Warns Insurers
Health insurers have been restricting access to certain contraceptive methods to save money.
If You've Taken the Pill Recently, You May Be at Increased Risk of Breast Cancer
A study found that women who take high-estrogen contraception have a higher rate of developing breast cancer.
What To Look For in the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby Ruling
A decision set to come down Monday will clarify whether corporations are entitled to protection under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act
The Courtroom Controversy Behind Popular Contraceptive Mirena
Lawsuits have been filed over Mirena and experts fear side effects in a tiny minority may slow IUD expansion
Contraception at the Supreme Court
Justices examine claim that contraception mandate in Obamacare violates the religious freedom of business owners
It’s About Birth Control, Stupid
Religious objections to Obamacare are really about women’s rights
The Obamacare Matrix
Supreme Court arguments over contraception and religious freedom may hinge on whether the “employer mandate” exists
Opinion: What Mike Huckabee Wants to Take Away From Women
Birth control is not about libido. It’s a form of basic preventive health care