Conservatives not Happy with Contraception Compromise

02.14.12 | Bob Price

          America's top Catholic Bishop is vowing a legislative and court challenge to a contraception compromise announced last week by President Obama to his healthcare mandate.
          The White House says it's exempting religious institutions from paying directly for birth control for their workers.  The President says instead... he's going to make insurance companies pay.
          But Timothy Dolan, who heads the U.S Conference of Catholic Bishops, says he's holding the President's feet to the fire on this issue and will work to ensure the fine-tuned mandate protects religious freedom.  Critics say the compromise is no compromise at all and will make it so it's the insurance companies who pass along the contraception costs to faith-based employers.