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2015/07/31 02:19
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CHICAGO — An evangelical Christian college in Illinois will stop providing health insurance to students Friday because of its objection to the Obamacare mandate to provide contraceptive coverage, a...
2015/07/31 02:19
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2015/07/28 20:39
2015/07/28 20:39
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The covenant, among other things, requires signees to "uphold the God-given worth of human beings, from conception to death." The court argued such a statement was up for interpretation and doesn't...
2015/07/27 18:35
2015/07/27 18:35
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Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region. Submissions should be sent to dailyjournal@scbiznews.com. Reid P. Davis of Lee & Associates...
2015/07/27 05:46
2015/07/27 05:46
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Does requiring a group of Roman Catholic nuns to sign a piece of paper stating their objection to providing contraception coverage make them complicit in an evil act? One group says it does, and the...
2015/07/25 15:14
2015/07/25 15:14
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Samples of emergency contraceptive pills are displayed in this photo taken at a Buenos Aires public hospital January 2, 2007. A federal appeals court has ruled that all pharmacy owners in Washington...
2015/07/24 23:02
2015/07/24 23:02
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DENVER – — A group of Colorado nuns said Thursday they will go to the U.S. Supreme Court to appeal a ruling that allows their employees to receive birth control from a third party under the Affordable...
2015/07/24 18:53
2015/07/24 18:53
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A federal appeals court has just struck back against the discreditable trend of healthcare professionals placing their personal beliefs ahead of their duties to patients. In a case involving a...
2015/07/24 16:20
2015/07/24 16:20
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The Supreme Court will have two more opportunities to rule on religious freedom and contraception next term, one case concerning pharmacists and prescription rules, the other an order of nuns and...
2015/07/23 18:18
2015/07/23 18:18
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Denver-based Little Sisters of the Poor have appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court after losing their lawsuit to avoid compliance with the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate, attorneys said...
2015/07/23 16:14
2015/07/23 16:14
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An order of nuns has filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court in an effort to seek exemption from having to conform to the rules of the federal government's birth control mandate accommodation for...
2015/07/23 16:03
2015/07/23 16:03
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It's time for critics of the Obama administration's contraceptive mandate to drop the pretense. The fight is no longer about employers being required to pay for contraceptives, particularly "morning...
2015/07/19 12:57
2015/07/19 12:57
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In 2013, Rachel Bowman-Cryer visited Sweet Cakes by Melissa, a bakery in Portland, Oregon, to order a wedding cake for Bowman-Cryer's upcoming wedding to her partner, Laurel. What has happened since...
2015/07/19 12:33
2015/07/19 12:33
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A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that there is a limit to how far the government must bend to accommodate religious objections to the federal healthcare exchange. The U.S. 10th Circuit Court of...
2015/07/16 17:36
2015/07/16 17:36
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The recent court ruling against the Little Sisters of the Poor, a congregation of Roman Catholic women religious, marked the latest, but likely not the last, dustup in the debate over the Affordable...
2015/07/15 18:46
2015/07/15 18:46
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When it comes to religious liberty, the Obama administration refuses to understand a key point. For a religiously held corporation to freely exercise its religious beliefs, as protected by the First...
2015/07/14 09:58
2015/07/14 09:58
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While East Texas Baptist University is petitioning the land's highest court to ask for exemption from providing contraceptive coverage in its employee health plan, Wiley College provides the coverage...
2015/07/14 04:01
2015/07/14 04:01
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U.S. President Barack Obama announces Director of the Office of Management and Budget Sylvia Mathews Burwell (R) as his nominee to replace outgoing U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen...
2015/07/12 14:06
2015/07/12 14:06
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Three religious educational institutions are asking the US Supreme Court to intervene in their appeal to overturn the contraceptive accommodation mandate under the Affordable Care Act. Houston...
2015/07/11 19:42
2015/07/11 19:42
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The Obama administration on Friday announced changes to its signature healthcare law that will make it easier for religious organizations not to cover birth control for women. Under the Affordable...
2015/07/08 20:14
2015/07/08 20:14
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A three-judge panel from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has heard oral arguments in an atheist group's lawsuit against a statue of Jesus Christ located on a Montana ski-slope. At the center of...
2015/07/31 02:19
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