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by Steven Ertelt

April 9, 2013 (LifeNews.com) The head of the Department of Health and Human Services has an odd way of looking at the controversial Obamacare mandate that compels religious employers to pay for birth control and drugs that may cause abortions.

“We think [the proposal] upholds the religious beliefs of some, but does not impose religious views on an employee who may or may not share those religious beliefs,” Sebelius said yesterday. “Having said that, we’re being sued.”

Those were comments the pro-abortion HHS Secretary made yesterday as she guaranteed the public the Obama administration will impose the mandate on religious employers in a few months, starting August 1.

President Obama’s top health official said Monday the administration will finalize its new rules granting free birth control, saying the controversial policy will go into effect in August. More…