The Trump administration said it is undoing an Affordable Care Act requirement that employer-provided health benefits include contraception, a move that will likely spark immediate litigation to preserve the Obama-era mandate.

Federal health officials formalized a rule that would permit any employer with religious objections to birth control to omit coverage for contraception from their workers’ plans.

In addition, nonprofit and some for-profit employers raising moral objections to the mandate could also seek an exemption under the new rules, according to officials at the Health and Human Services Department.

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