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Court Rejects Obama Admin’s Attempt to Force Pro-Life Legislator to Obey HHS Mandate

A Missouri state legislator filed suit in U.S. District Court seeking to exempt his family from the federal contraceptive and abortion drug mandate. State Representative Paul Wieland of Imperial is the plaintiff in the suit, which contends that the health care mandate violates his family’s First Amendment right to the free exercise of religion. Wieland […]

207 Congress Members Defend Little Sisters of the Poor in Brief to Supreme Court

Members of Congress, including three Republican presidential candidates, sent a brief to the U.S. Supreme Court arguing that the Obamacare contraceptive mandate violates the religious liberties of the Little Sisters of the Poor and other Christian institutions.

Hobby Lobby 2: Executive-Agency Boogaloo

The Supreme Court said in Hobby Lobby that, under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) could not apply its contraceptive mandate to closely held for-profit corporations when doing so would violate the owners’ sincere religious beliefs. Show More Summary

SHOCKER: Internal Obama Administration Emails Reveal Deliberate Targeting of Catholics with Contrac…

SHOCKER: Internal Obama Administration Emails Reveal Deliberate Targeting of Catholics with Contraceptive Mandate. “Administration health policy officials were downright obsessed with figuring out which Catholic institutions would fit within the section 6033-based exemption. Show More Summary

Hobby Lobby Owners Win First Round In $3 Million Tax Refund Case

Hobby Lobby became well known for its challenge to the contraceptive mandate under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) succeeding in carving out an exemption under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in the Supreme Court decision Burwell v Hobby Lobby. Founder David Green ranks number 88 in the Forbes 400.  A decision [...]

How the Supreme Court Birth Control Decision Could Hurt Us

On November, the Supreme Court agreed to hear several challenges to the birth control benefit mandate in the Affordable Care Act, which requires certain employers to cover contraception in their employee health insurance plans. The cases, consolidated as Zubik et al. Show More Summary

Supreme Court will hear 7 challenges to contraceptive mandate

3 months agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear the challenges of seven religious non-profits against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) (P.L. 111-148) contraceptive mandate.

Supreme Court accepts challenge to health law's contraceptive mandate

The Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear another challenge to the Affordable Care Act, this time to decide whether religiously affiliated organizations such as universities, hospitals and charities can be free from playing any role in providing their employees with contraceptive coverage. The case...

Scalia Goes On Hobby Lobby Shopping Binge, Just To Feel Again

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear seven new appeals regarding the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate, an issue raised by the Christian craft store chain Hobby Lobby in a 2014 case.  Knowing full well that the new...Show More Summary

Scalia Goes On Hobby Lobby Shopping Binge, Just To Feel Again

3 months agoNews : Huffington Post

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear seven new appeals regarding the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate, an issue raised by the Christian craft store chain Hobby Lobby in a 2014 case. Knowing full well that the new...Show More Summary

SCOTUS Will Hear All the Obamacare Contraception Exemption Cases

Well, here's some exciting news for your weekend. This morning the Supreme Court granted certiorari to all seven Obamacare contraception mandate appeals. Under the Affordable Care Act, employers are required to provide plans that cover employee's birth control. Certain religious, non-profit employers are exempted from that requirement: they just......

Little Sisters Hysteria Watch

The Supreme Court may rule this term that the Obama administration’s contraceptive mandate goes beyond what congressional statute allows, and that contraceptive policy might therefore need to go a a little bit back toward what it was in 2011. If that happens, explains Dahlia Lithwick, “the rights of nonadherents will begin to evaporate.”

Supreme Court will decide, again, on Obamacare contraceptive mandate

3 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

The Supreme Court announced that it will hear seven challenges, consolidated into one, of non-profit religious organizations which believe that sending a letter opting out of contraceptive coverage for their employees violates theirShow More Summary

SCOTUS Accepts Religious Nonprofits' Challenge to HHS Contraception Mandate

Obamacare's contraception mandate is once again being brought to court. The Supreme Court announced Friday it will allow seven religious...

SCOTUS to hear contraceptive mandate case

The Supreme Court will hear a case later this year on whether certain aspects of the Affordable Care Act violate the rights of religious groups to not be complicit in providing contraception. Continue reading ? The post SCOTUS to hear contraceptive mandate case appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Supreme Court Will Hear Challenge to Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate

Religious groups complain they remain complicit in providing contraceptives

Call 'reproductive health' what it is -- the killing of unwanted babies

To the editor: UC Irvine Law School Dean Erwin Chemerinsky urges that all religious health centers break their beliefs and comply with California's newly enacted Reproductive FACT Act, which mandates the provision of contraceptive and abortion information by licensed medical facilities and disclosures...

Nun Too Crazy? Obama Trying to Hand Pick Opponent in Birth Control Battle, Little Sisters of the Poor Attorneys Say

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty urged the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday to hear the Little Sisters of the Poor's religious freedom case against the intrusive accommodation to the Obamacare contraception mandate, a case the Department of Health and Human Services doesn't want the court to take on.

Pope Greets Excited Onlookers, Praises Obama on Climate, Tweaks Him on Contraceptive Mandate

4 months agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

Pope Francis made his first public remarks since arriving in the United States at a White House appearance with President Obama this morning, highlighting America's tradition of welcoming immigrants and praising the president's climate-change...Show More Summary

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