Bearing Burdens After Obamacare
The future of Christian health care sharing.
Kate Shellnutt| April 21, 2017. Enrollment in Christian alternatives to health insurance tripled under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) enacted by President Barack Obama.
Supreme Court Sends Little Sisters Case Back to Lower Courts
(UPDATE) Justices don’t have a final answer for religious organizations that oppose Obamacare’s contraception mandate.
The court took up the case after a string of decisions by lower appeals courts supporting the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate was broken.
Contraception Mandate Heading to Supreme Court
(UPDATED) SCOTUS will determine if the rule violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
0; tweet; share; email; print. Update (Nov 6): The Supreme Court will hear seven cases challenging the Affordable Care Act's birth-control mandate. Religious
March for Life Exempt From Birth Control Mandate
Judge accepts secular pro-life group’s moral, not religious, rationale.
Roe v. Wade protest in Washington, is exempt from offering artificial contraception as required under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, widely known as Obamacare.
Weekend Edition: September 25, 2015
Pope Francis, Syrian Refugees, and more on this week's iteration of Weekend Edition.
The nuns had sued under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act over the birth control provision of the 2010 Affordable Health Care Act, widely known as Obamacare.
Who Will Love My Child When I Am Gone?
Parents of children with disabilities grapple with an uncertain future.
The Affordable Care Act has given parents a little more time, allowing families to keep their dependent young adults enrolled in their health insurance up to age 26.
Morning Roundup 5/27/15
The Catholic Church's American Downfall; The Evangelical Advantage; Overestimation of LGBT Community
right to dismiss calls for reform in the church and gave the Catholic bishops political clout when it came to opposing things like no-cost contraception in the Affordable Care Act in the
Contraception Saves Lives
Reconsidering Margaret Sanger as one who was opposed to abortion but emphatic about the personal and social good of contraception.
A woman's desire for birth control is, even today, regarded suspiciously, as was seen in public discussions around the birth control provisions of the Affordable Care Act -- as if women