Democrats are getting ready to vote possibly next week on new legislation which would require that all for-profit companies provide insurance coverage for contraceptives. President Barack Obama's administration provided consultation in the development of the measure which is designed to reverse the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling that was reached just a week ago. Senator Patty Murray from Washington and Senator Mark Udall from Colorado drafted the legislation. Supporters are likely to run into trouble getting the bill approved in the House which is Republican-led, but think it will have no trouble passing in the Senate which is Democratic-controlled. Democrats are targeting women voters and hoping that they will step up in November's midterm elections. However, Republicans only need to gain six more seats in the Senate to have the majority and thus secure control of both the House and the Senate. If they succeed, they will have the majority as well as a solid control of both chambers of Congress during the final two years Obama is in office.