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    • States, religious groups, colleges, retirement homes file Supreme Court briefs - Washington Times
      Numerous religious organizations and 16 states filed briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, urging it to take up the case of a seminary and two religious universities that do not want to cover abortion-causing products in their employee health insurance.
    • No faith in health reform | Crain's New York Business
      Nationally, membership in health-care-sharing ministries exploded with the ACA's passage in 2010. Promoting itself with the tagline "Affordable, biblical health care," Medi-Share has 108,000 members nationwide, up 200% since 2010. Membership is concentrated in states with large Christian congregations, such as Texas...The ministry has a list of "unbiblical procedures or treatments" it won't cover: abortion, HIV and sexually transmitted diseases, maternity care for unwed mothers, mammograms, colonoscopies, infertility, immunizations and vaccinations except for babies, and mental health.

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