The June ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in the Hobby Lobby case continues to reverberate: Abortion advocates in New York introduced a bill this week that would require employers to notify workers in advance about changes in contraception coverage.
Under the Reproductive Rights Disclosure Act, employers would have to give their employees 90 days' notice before changing contraceptive coverage and to notify prospective employees of any contraceptive coverage they offer their employees.
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