A Catholic university in Ohio is dropping student health insurance because of President Barack Obama's mandated birth control coverage.
The vice president of Franciscan University said the school won't offer students coverage of contraceptive services that are opposed by the Catholic Church.
The school will continue to offer employees insurance while it waits for the outcome of challenges to the mandate.
Meanwhile, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will still speak at Georgetown University's graduation ceremony, despite criticism from the archdiocese of Washington.
Catholic leaders say Sebelius is a bad choice because she helped create the contraception mandate.