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or­der Fri­day against the Mis­souri law. It was en­acted in Septem­ber when the Repub­li­can-led Leg­is­la­ture over­rode a veto of Demo­cratic Gov. Jay Nixon. Mis­souri’s law re­quires in­sur­ers to is­sue poli­cies with­out con­tra­cep­tion cov­er­age if it runs con­trary to the re­li­gious or mo­ral be­liefs of an in­di­vid­ual or em­ployer. The law ap­peared to be the first in the na­tion to di­rectly re­but an Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion pol­icy re­quir­ing in­sur­ers to cover birth con­trol at no ad­di­tional cost to women. per­son de­tained in con­nec­tion with the crime. “There will not be any tol­er­ance for crimes against women,” Home Sec­re­tary R.K. Singh said. Bus drivers in New Delhi will be re­quired to dis­play their iden­ti­fi­ca­tion promi­nently in the ve­hi­cles, buses are now re­quired to re­move tint­ing from their win­dows and plain­clothes po­lice are be­ing placed on buses to pro­tect fe­male pas­sen­gers, he said.

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