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    plan on recruiting only the few childless young adults who survive the abstinence only, no-hand holding, evolution-is-a-lie parts of the country.

    Eighty-two percent of U.S. Catholics say birth control is morally acceptable, nearing the 89% of all Americans and 90% of non-Catholics who agree. The level of acceptability on this issue is far greater than that of the other 17 issues Gallup asked about this year.
    Although Catholic leaders have protested the portion of the Affordable Care Act mandating that health insurance plans include payment for birth control, the average rank-and-file Catholic in the U.S. finds the use of birth control morally acceptable. Catholic leaders are no doubt aware that many of their parishioners use birth control, but these data underscore the divide between official church teaching and Catholics' day-by-day behaviors.
    But I guess if a state can authorize doctors to lie about abortion care, can lying about/ concealing contraceptive care be too far away?

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