ACA Contraception Mandate Spurs Litigation Onslaught

Religious groups sue as insurance deadline nears.

, The National Law Journal

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As the U.S. Supreme Court considers whether to hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate, religious groups and employers are blanketing courts with suits that claim the provision is unconstitutional.

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  • Tired of the Whining

    Well put, Are you kidding me?. "Tens of thousands of women" will have to walk across the street to another store. The horror! Shut your mouths and quit trying to make something out of nothing.

  • Are you kidding me?

    I am beyond sick and tired of hearing how these companies are denying tens of thousands of women access to contraception - NO THEY ARE NOT. They are simply saying they shouldn't have to pay for it. These "tens of thousands of women" can still go get the contraceptions, just go get them elsewhere.

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