Those of you who have been anxiously awaiting Elise's return from exile will find that she is up and running again. She has a simple solution to the current debate about contraception: Catholics should stop providing charity.
There is a sense in which that solves the problem, but it doesn't, really. The problem isn't even employer-sponsored health insurance, although that is part of the problem. Moving it to the government doesn't relieve anyone who pays taxes of material support for abortion. That's why there are always debates about taxpayer support for abortions.
What really would work is for everyone who takes the provision of contraception and abortion to be a sacred duty to provide them on a charitable basis. Just as the Catholics are providing hospital care to the poor, you too can give your money and time away. If it is really that important to you, there are plenty of people out there right now who would be only too happy to accept your donation.
Then everyone who wants to obtain these things can obtain them; and everyone who wants to support them can support them; and no one is forced to violate his or her conscience over it.
The first step is to accept that some people really do believe that abortion is a moral horror, and that it isn't right to make them participate in it.
If you can't accept that, well, Elise has another good point that might convince you instead.