Ever since its inception and eventual passage in 2010, Obamacare has been at the center of many lawsuits and counter-lawsuits over its many provisions and regulations. This past week, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld its…
The Trump administration recently introduced short-term health insurance plans into the health insurance market, which could potentially destabilize another part of Obamacare, also known as the Affordable Care Act.
A federal judge actually found that forcing a religious institution, in this case a Christian college, to do something against their tradition is illegal.
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.
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.
And predictably put the blame somewhere else.
All those collegiates thrilled to stay on their parents’ insurance after graduation might not realize that their parents may not be covered either.
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 University of Notre Dame is no longer offering birth control as a part of their university health plan, claiming a Trump administration religious exemption under Obamacare.
An art auction benefitting Planned Parenthood was organized by Kent State University students and faculty members in response to Obamacare repeal and replace efforts by Congress, but it was not an official university event.