The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is butting heads with the USCCB over legislation that would compel all health plans to provide mandatory coverage of elective sterilization and contraception. There is a "conscience clause" that would provide religious exemption but it is so restricted that few if any religious organizations serving the general public would be able to meet it. Details at Against the Grain (September 25, 2011).
Sister Mary Ann Walsh of the USCCB, to which I make reference, is quite the blogger -- she gives the HHS a piece of her mind here and here. But Against the Grain (first link above) has the most concise synopsis.
[Hat tip to C.B.]