Here’s Obamacare’s most controversial regulation

NOW’s 2011 action alert on the contraceptive mandate in the Affordable Healthcare Act is discussed in this piece by Sarah Kliff of The Washington Post: “One provision, however, has engendered more controversy than any other: The requirement that contraceptives be covered without co-payment has drawn more than 147,000 public comments, according to an analysis from the Sunlight Foundation. These are the letters that companies, non-profits and private citizens send to the federal government, hoping to sway the regulatory process. That is more than any other regulatory proposal on any subject, health care or otherwise, the non-profit finds.”