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WH: Women should decide own health care

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June 30, 2014
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The White House says women should make their own health care decisions, rather than the bosses of for-profit companies. The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that profit-seeking businesses don't have to provide contraceptive health care coverage. (June 30) Video provided by AP


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