Employers with religious or moral objections may be able to opt out of providing free birth control
New rules may weaken Obamacare's controversial contraceptive mandate.
The Trump administration finalized a policy change that lets some employers with religious or moral objections opt out of providing free birth control for female workers. The Department of Health and Human Services says the rules affect about 200 businesses.
Government programs that provide free or subsidized contraceptive coverage to low-income women will continue.