(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Supreme Court today declined to expand its review of the Obama administration's push to guarantee insurance coverage for contraceptives, rejecting appeals from Catholic groups, including the archdiocese of Washington.
The justices left related rulings by two District of Columbia trial judges intact. In those rulings, the judges held that the Obama administration wasn’t violating the rights of the diocese, Catholic University or eight religious groups.
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