Why Hobby Lobby Is This Year's Supreme Court Case To Watch
(UPDATED) Tuesday's Green family appeal has religious liberty, corporate law, and Obamacare contraception all at stake.
After a year and a half of opposing the Affordable Care Act's birth control mandate, the evangelical-owned craft store chain has become shorthand for the corporate fight for religious
Morning Roundup 3/17/14
7 Marriage Warning Signs; The Huffington Post Gets Religion; Contraception Doublecross
As a member of Congress, I was proud to vote for the Affordable Care Act, providing 32 million Americans with access to quality, affordable health care.
Tied Up in Our Own Preferences
How fear, not prayer, led us to choose sterilization… and regret it.
When Hobby Lobby and others made headlines for seeking exemption from the Affordable Care Act on religious grounds, most of the coverage and conversation focused on birth
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Hobby Lobby Contraceptive Case
(UPDATED) Do for-profit corporations have religious rights? Justices will consider cases of Hobby Lobby (which won) and Conestoga Wood Specialties (which lost).
concerned Christian groups (among other plaintiffs), today the US Supreme Court is finally poised to pick one of the many challenges to the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate
Church Health Plans Jeopardized by 'ObamaCare' Standoff
(UPDATED) While House tries to defund president's healthcare program, current rules overlook church employees for crucial tax credits.
The United Methodist Church (UMC) pushed for and praised the passage of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010. Now, UMC
Religious Freedom, Hobby Lobby, Some Pertinent Research, and a Prayer
Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood take their case against mandated contraception to the Supreme Court today.
v. Sebelius." The case pits the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) against a claim of religious liberty infringement. What are these cases about? It all starts with the Affordable Care Act.
Hobby Lobby Solidifies 'Major Victory' against HHS Contraceptive Mandate
(UPDATED) Justice Department won't oppose small-business injunctions, upping the odds that Supreme Court will weigh in on employer-provided contraceptives.
Meanwhile, Colorado Christian University has renewed its lawsuit again the Affordable Care Act, even though the school is exempt from the employer contraception mandate.
Supreme Court Narrowly Rules For Hobby Lobby
(UPDATED) 5-4 decision on healthcare rules that the government cannot require faith-based organizations to provide contraception against their owners' religious beliefs.
At issue was a section of the Affordable Care Act which requires companies with more than 50 employees to provide health care insurance. In implementing
Religious Freedom vs. LGBT Rights? It's More Complicated
The legal context for what's happening at Gordon College, and how Christians can respond despite intense cultural backlash.
In addition, part of the original RFRA remains intact—that's how Hobby Lobby recently prevailed in challenging contraception coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Who Qualifies Under New 'Simplified' Contraceptive Mandate Exemptions?
(UPDATED) The contraception mandate has been postponed until January 2015, but that could mean trouble for business owners with pending lawsuits.
Obama Administration announced yesterday that it is postponing the requirement that employers provide access to contraception for female employees under the Affordable Care Act.
Pro-Life Democrat Loses Defamation Battle with Susan B. Anthony List
Court: People have First Amendment right to "even false speech, when it applies to politics.”
life Democrat, sued SBAL over an ad campaign that he said cost him his job and a "loss of livelihood." The ad targeted Dreihaus's vote in favor of the Affordable Care Act (ACA); SBAL