Dems filed an amicus brief before Supreme Court in defense of the coverage requirement.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case on March 25.
The provision requires most employers to offer birth control.
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill is recusing herself from the LabMD case in order to avoid an “undue distraction."
Democratic women lawmakers on Wednesday said they are confident the Supreme Court would uphold an ObamaCare mandate that requires most employers to cover birth control in their insurance plans.
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Chief Justice Roberts’s court has generally set a high bar for limiting religious rights.
The mandate requires most employers to cover a range of birth control methods for their workers.
Its new term, starting today, could see major decisions on prayer, campaign donations and contraception coverage under ObamaCare.
Lawyers on both sides of the issue say the Supreme Court will almost certainly have to rule on the policy.
The decision conflicts with another ruling, increasing the likelihood the Supreme Court will hear the issue.