Two Christian colleges win a court case that will allow them to reject the contraception mandate under Obamacare, meaning they will not be forced to pay for contraceptives.
Topic: contraception mandate
Wheaton College, a Christian college, won the court case to not comply with the ObamaCare contraception mandate under the onerous health care law due to religious objections, a major victory for the college.
Notre Dame reversed their contraception coverage decision, where they opted out of providing contraception on health insurance plans, and blamed their insurance company for it.
The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) reported on the brief being filed at the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of Christian colleges.
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Law professors John Eastman of Chapman University and Martin Lederman of Georgetown debated the religious implications of ObamaCare’s contraception mandate during a panel discussion at a recent Federalist Society conference. With the passage of the…