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    • 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.
    • Christian college renews suit against birth control mandate
      The initial lawsuit from Colorado Christian University (CCU) did not progress because final regulations on the birth control policy had not been issued (The Hill)

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