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The Millennial

The Catholic Health Association's pragmatism when contrasted with the United Conference of Catholic Bishops' up turned noses
The Catholic Health Association's pragmatism when contrasted with the United Conference of Catholic Bishops' up turned noses

Like a wily politician, I, as they say, became enlightened and changed my position regarding the perceived infringement on religious liberties the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) contained in regards to the contraception mandate.

I managed to avoid tossing the hackneyed and weighted John Maynard Keynes line: “When the facts change, I change my mind, what do you do, sir?” into my previous columns on the topic, but I have thought about using it. (And I guess now, I have.)

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