Court gives nuns a compromise on healthcare issue
The Supreme Court on Friday offered a short-term compromise that would continue to exempt a group of Denver nuns that operates charity nursing homes from the birth control mandate of the nation's health care law if they declare their objections in writing. The nuns will take the court up on its offer and provide a written notice, officials said.
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