obama policy

8:50 am
Mon September 17, 2012

Analysis: Mo. at center point of sexual politics

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The Legislature's veto override of a bill expanding religious exemptions from insurance coverage for birth control is the latest example of how Missouri has become a center point in a national debate about pregnancy.

Missouri's law is apparently the first to intentionally contradict an Obama administration policy requiring insurers to cover birth control for women at no additional cost. But the override was closer than expected in the House. One lawmaker acknowledged skipping the vote because he was disgruntled with Missouri Right to Life.

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Arts and Culture
1:22 pm
Fri July 13, 2012

Portrait of a Dreamer: Young Missourians consider a future under Obama's immigration-policy change

Diana Martinez: A self-described "Dreamer" contemplates a future in the United States
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20 year-old Diana Martinez likes to say she was born in Mexico but made in America:

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