Our own Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch (aka Crazy Church Lady) weighs in with this:
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said she thought the government should not be involved in personal decisions such a birth control.
"As you know I am 100 percent pro-life, so I don't think a government should be in a place of mandating health care for people first of all, that should be between a patient and a doctor," Kleefisch said.
Isn't Obama's proposal just allowing health care decisions to be made "between a patient and a doctor"?
The article further states:
St. Mary's Hospital's Mike Panicola released a statement on Friday night.
"The changes still do not apply to the type of health insurance plans SSM Health Care and many other faith-based organizations provide to their employees," Panicola said in the statement.
Is he implying that St. Mary's already covers employees birth control? If so, I wonder what Bishop Morlino thinks about that.