Reynolds also links to 3 good points made by Daniel Foster. Especially the third:
3) The irony is that a federal mandate for contraception coverage renders women’s personal sexual choices a matter for public debate. The folks plucking sex out of the private sphere in this situation are the mandate supporters, not its opponents.
Gee, where have we heard that before?
Seriously, you don't want the government in your bedroom/cervix/drugs? Stop making the government force someone else pay for your accouterments. Once the State gets the purse strings it'll start directing the tune.
Paging Robb Allen. Paging Robb Allen.