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Regulations: Exemptions and accommodations for preventive, contraceptive services

U.S. regulations: Exemptions and accommodations

The U.S. Treasury Department and IRS (along with the Labor Department and Department of Health and Human Services) today jointly released for publication in the Federal Register a set of regulations that concern “moral and religious exemptions and accommodations” for coverage of certain “preventive services”—in particular contraceptive services—under the Affordable Care Act.

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