Here comes another health care controversy. The health care reform law requires insurers to require “preventative health services” without charge. Does this mean insurers are required to provide contraception without charge? Some government officials think so, according to this NYT report, and the forthcoming guidance on preventative care may so hold. Some religious groups, such as the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, object, arguing such a policy could create problems for religious employers and service providers.