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Supreme Court sides with Trump admin limiting Obamacare contraceptive coverage

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The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration in undercutting access to birth control under Obamacare, giving the nation's employers more leeway in refusing to provide free birth control for their workers. The government estimates 126,000 women nationwide would lose birth control coverage under the plan.