Pro-abortionists determined to crush religious freedom in quest for more abortions

By Dave Andrusko As NRL News Today readers know, back in October the Department of Justice reached a long overdue settlement so “that plaintiffs would not be forced to provide health insurance coverage for ‘morally unacceptable’ products and procedures.” That was a reference to the infamous Obama mandate issued by the Department of Health and …

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Calif. Attorney General drags Little Sisters of the Poor back to court

Oakland court hearing today will decide if Becerra lawsuit can take away HHS religious exemption from Catholic nuns Editor’s note. This update was provided by The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Little Sisters of the Poor will go to court today to defend themselves against a lawsuit by Attorney General of …

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Ca. and Pa. attorneys general sue to take away Little Sisters of the Poor’s religious exemption

Seek to force them to provide health insurance coverage for ‘morally unacceptable’ products and procedures By Dave Andrusko Nobody said it was going to be easy. Last month NRL News Today reported that the Department of Justice had reached a settlement so “that plaintiffs would not be forced to provide health insurance coverage for ‘morally …

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Supreme Court extends injunction barring HHS from enforcing mandate against Little Sisters of the Poor

  By Dave Andrusko Last Friday, the Supreme Court extended a temporary injunction barring the Obama administration from enforcing a controversial HHS mandate against the Little Sisters of the Poor and more than 400 other organizations that use the same health benefits provider, Christian Brothers. A district judge had ruled against the Little Sisters, an …

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Supreme Court Justice issues temporary injunction sought by Little Sisters of the Poor against Obama Mandate

  By Dave Andrusko Acting at the request of an order of nuns in Colorado, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor issued a temporary injunction New Year’s Eve against enforcement of a component of ObamaCare that forces employers, including religious groups, to provide health coverage for drugs and procedures to which they have moral or religious …

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