Monthly Archives: January 2012

Health plans ordered to cover birth control without co-pays

By Julian Pecquet 01/20/12 Most healthcare plans will be required to cover birth control without charging co-pays or deductibles starting Aug. 1, the Obama administration announced Friday. The final regulation retains the approach federal health officials proposed last summer, despite … Continue reading

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Responsibility for reporting child abuse would expand under proposed bill

By MAGGIE LEE – mlee@macon.com As part of a long to-do list this year, Republicans in the state Senate say they will resubmit a bill that requires nearly anyone who witnesses child abuse to report it to authorities. “With the … Continue reading

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The Christian Post: Supreme Court Upholds Church’s Religious Liberty in Unanimous Decision

Stephanie Samuel Christian Post Reporter The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously agreed Wednesday that the government should not interfere with religious groups’ internal affairs in the case of a disgruntled former employee of a Lutheran school. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote … Continue reading

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Legislative Preview

BY SARAH FAY CAMPBELL THE NEWNAN TIMES-HERALD (Editor’s Note: This is the second of three articles focusing on the upcoming session of the Georgia Legislature from the point of view of Coweta’s legislative delegation. Today we feature the view from … Continue reading

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