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HHS mandate loses again: Supreme Court order protects Pennsylvania Catholic groupsWASHINGTON, D.C. —The U.S. Supreme Court has continued its trend of decisions stopping enforcement of a federal contraception mandate against religious employers with moral objections. On April 15, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito issued...
Catholic-owned company in Colorado wins permanent injunction on mandateDENVER — A U.S. District Court in Denver issued a permanent injunction March 16 in favor of a Colorado-based heating and cooling company owned by a Catholic family that stops enforcement of the federal contraceptive mandate. Hercules Industries...
Poll: Americans agree – protect religious libertyDENVER, Colo. — Religious freedom battles continue to take place in courtrooms around the country, but in the court of public opinion, religious liberty wins easily. Fifty-four percent of respondents to a new Marist Poll survey, sponsored...
Court orders review of Notre Dame's case on contraceptive mandateWASHINGTON, D.C. — The Supreme Court March 9 ordered the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider its previous ruling and review -- in light of the June Hobby Lobby decision -- whether the University of Notre Dame must pay for coverage...
Bishop says ruling means church not free 'to practice what we preach'PITTSBURGH — A three-judge panel's Feb. 11 ruling on a court challenge to the contraceptive mandate "says that the church is no longer free to practice what we preach," Pittsburgh Bishop David A. Zubik said. The panel of the 3rd U.S. Circuit...
CHA brief urges U.S. Supreme Court to maintain health care subsidiesWASHINGTON, D.C. — If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down federal subsidies that have helped millions of people get health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act, it will be "an incredible cruelty," said the president and CEO of the Catholic...
Court hears arguments in Little Sisters of the Poor appeal, two othersDENVER — The Little Sisters of the Poor aren't seeking special privileges -- they just want the same exemption from the federal contraceptive mandate offered to others, the order's mother provincial said Dec. 8. Sister Loraine Marie Maguire...
New rules to opt out of HHS mandate still unsatisfactory, says USCCBWASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Oct. 8 urged the federal government "to reconsider" its new rules to allow religious institutions -- and potentially some for-profit companies -- to opt out of the contraceptive mandate...
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