NARAL Pro-Choice America said Tuesday it was pleased that the Supreme Court will make the final decision on the constitutionality of Obamacare's birth control mandate.
"We're pleased that the Supreme Court will finally lay to rest the question of whether women's bosses get to decide if we deserve contraceptive coverage," NARAL President Ilyse Hogue said in a statement. "That this reflects an underlying obsession with controlling women's lives seems obvious when you observe that the enemies of the new law are not pushing to deny men access to Viagra or any other number of similar medical requests covered by insurance."
Hogue said she hoped that the court would uphold the mandate.
"Obviously, we hope the court upholds the judge’s existing rulings that – in a country where over 99 percent of women report using birth control at some point in our lives – bosses have no business imposing their own politics on their employee’s health and decisions," she said.