Slate.com posted an interesting article relating to women's health this week.
"Hobby Lobby wants to stop doctors from talking to its employees about contraception," by Amanda Marcotte (3/20) makes some good points about the Hobby Lobby case the Supreme Court will hear. Here's one objection in a nutshell:
If Hobby Lobby has its way, by merely acknowledging the birth control pill during that appointment, your doctor would render your entire visit ineligible for coverage by your health care plan.
Scary stuff. I don't think we want employers deciding what our doctors can say to us.