Green Bay, Wis. (WFRV) - Opponents of President Obama's health care law held a pre-election rally in Green Bay.
They were protesting the law's contraception mandate, which they say forces employers and religious institutions to provide free contraceptives and other medical procedures.
They say it's an attack on their religious freedoms and their first amendment rights.
"A lot of people like to say that this is just about a drug or a prescription when it's actually an infringement on peoples individual and in the case, the church's ability to exercise their religious freedoms," rally organizer Cate Zeuske says.
Organizers say the rally was one of more than 100 held across the country.