It looks like the Obama administration is pretty much completely caving on the rule forcing religious organizations to provide free contraception coverage for employees at facilities with a secular purpose (hospitals, schools, etc.). The onus has been shifted to insurance companies, which will contact women separately and offer them the optional coverage, which they will pay for. The insurers aren't happy, of course, but they never are these days. The administration, meanwhile, is trying to spin this as a victory:
This is better for both sides, the source says, since the religious organizations do not have to deal with medical care to which they object, and women employees will not have to be dependent upon an organization strongly opposed to that care in order to obtain it.