Must Christian For-Profit Companies Comply With the HHS Mandate?

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Christian for-profit companies may object to providing insurance covering contraceptive, sterilization, or abortifacient services based on the religious beliefs of their owners. Five recent cases test whether the HHS mandate may be applied against such businesses, based on Religious Freedom Restoration Act and First Amendment claims. So far, three business have won preliminary injunctions and two have receive unfavorable rulings.

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Published In: Business Organization Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Health Updates, Insurance Updates

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