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Court continues injunction protecting Little Sisters from HHS mandate Read the Full Story
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Catholic leaders join in asking Obama to protect U.S. religious freedomWASHINGTON, D.C. — Two Catholics joined with eight evangelical leaders in asking President Barack Obama to defend religious liberty in the United States as he has defended it in other countries. "As you promote religious freedom abroad, please...
Little Sisters of Poor brief asks court to extend injunction on mandateDENVER — The Little Sisters of the Poor religious order has asked the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to extend an injunction blocking enforcement of a federal mandate to provide contraceptive coverage in employee health insurance. A brief...
Organizations weigh in on how Supreme Court should handle HHS mandateWASHINGTON, D.C. — After ruling in 2012 that certain aspects of the Affordable Care Act stand up to constitutional scrutiny, the Supreme Court's next dip into legal challenges to the law focuses on whether for-profit secular employers can...
Appeals court denies University of Notre Dame injunction on HHS mandateCHICAGO — The University of Notre Dame must provide free coverage of contraceptives as required by the federal health care law despite its moral objections to doing so, said a panel of the 7th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals in a late Feb. 21...
Hobby Lobby files brief with Supreme Court in HHS mandate caseST. LOUIS — Arts-and-crafts retailer Hobby Lobby has filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court seeking protection from a federal mandate that requires coverage of contraceptives in workers' health insurance plans. The brief, filed Feb. 10,...
Two types of HHS mandate cases are at different points in legal processWASHINGTON, D.C. — The Supreme Court is involved in two types of issues related to claims by employers who say they should not have to provide coverage of contraceptives in their workers' health insurance plans because this violates the employers'...
Rulings in HHS lawsuits deliver mixed results for Catholic employersWASHINGTON — A U.S. District Court judge Dec. 20 changed a preliminary injunction to a permanent one barring enforcement of the federal health care law's contraceptive mandate against the Pittsburgh and Erie dioceses. Judge Arthur J. Schwab...
U.S. senator, co-sponsors introduce Marriage and Religious Freedom ActWASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, and 11 co-sponsors introduced a measure in the U.S. Senate Dec. 12 that would protect religious organizations from discrimination by the federal government for supporting traditional marriage. The...
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