Missouri senators have passed legislation specifically allowing employers to refuse, on religious ground, to provide health insurance that covers contraception, sterilization or abortion.
The Senate's 28-6 vote Friday moved the bill to the Missouri House, where it was passed during mid-afternoon.
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