generic medications buy propecia money order, and online pharmacy zovirax buy online no membership overnight, and purchase with no prescription synthroid shipped c.o.d, and generic medications arimidex prescribing information, and purchase with no prescription cheapest wellbutrin shipping usa, and cheap online buy accutane cash on delivery Kitchener, and buy cheap online non rx cheap doxycycline, and order online side effects lipitor, and buy cheap lasix meds overnight delivery no rx, and online ordering buy diflucan without a prescription overnight shipping, and buy cheapest generic valtrex, and cheap medications order online rx flagyl, and order cheap how long does it take for clomid to work, and order online where to buy hydrochlorothiazide no prescription no fees, and purchase with no prescription online cheap beloc no rx cheap au, and order online when should i feel better after starting zithromax, and buy cheap botulinum toxin and baclofen, and pharmacy online amoxil online next day shipping, and pharmacy cheapest acyclovir online without a prescription, and order online prozac works, and pharmacy cheapest norvasc online fed ex, and order online rhinitis and paxil, and order online online bactrim, and ordering online where to buy neurontin no prescription no fees, and ordering online premarin overnight no prescription no rx, and
STAND UP FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

Yet Another Court Rules against the HHS Mandate

Posted by Eric Scheidler (November 12, 2013 at 2:43 pm)

Stop Obama's HHS Mandate signLast week another court sided with plaintiffs seeking to stop enforcement of the HHS Mandate against them for refusing to provide free contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs to employees.

This time it was the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, based in Chicago, which instructed a lower court to enter a preliminary injunction to prevent the federal government from enforcing the HHS Mandate against Cyril and Jane Korte, and their southern Illinois construction company, Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc.

The Korte’s are devout Catholics who say the HHS Mandate requires them to violate their religious faith. But a district court judge refused to grant a preliminary injunction to prevent the federal government from imposing huge fines on them while they fight the HHS Mandate in court.

A court can grant such a preliminary injunction when a judge determines that plaintiffs are likely to prevail—as the Seventh Circuit clearly thinks the Kortes are.

Attorney Edward White of the American Center for Law and Justice, who argued on behalf of the Kortes at the Seventh Circuit, offers more details about the case here.

Here’s hoping that the Kortes will prevail in their lawsuit against the HHS Mandate, which can not proceed without destroying their business, and that all employers will soon see their religious freedoms protected from this kind of government intrusion.

Posted in News and Commentary. Follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed.