Originally Posted Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Pro-lifers in Missouri have something to celebrate..The Missouri legislature overrode a veto on a bill that provides contraceptives and sterilizations for the people of Missouri. Individuals and employees will now, not be required to pay for any health plans that cover those services, nor will they be penalized by the government.

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