Conscientious Refusal and Health Professionals: Does Religion Make a Difference? | Daniel Marc Weinstock at SSRN

Judge: Pa. school can exclude some birth control | (AP)

Abortion pill mandate suspended for Pa. college’s employee health plan

Abortion pill mandate stopped for four Okla. universities

Okla. court halts enforcement of Obamacare abortion mandate

AU seeks to intervene in Notre Dame’s suit vs. Obamacare abortion mandate

‘It Goes without Saying’? | Gerard V. Bradley at NRO

Gonzaga Drops Direct Contraceptive Coverage, Still Complies with HHS Mandate

Obama administration relaxes rules of health-care law four days before deadline

Christendom College Alumna Says HHS Mandate Exemption Line Is Long | Cardinal Newman Society Catholic Ed. Daily

Senate GOP join effort on ObamaCare abortion fix

The Silence of Liberals on Obamacare | Christopher DeMuth at Hudson Institute

Obama’s extreme use of executive discretion | George F. Will at Washington Post

Contraceptive challenge exposes double standard | Robert George at USA Today

Sen. Cochran files bill to repeal Obamacare if more lose coverage than gain

Health insurers extend Obamacare payment deadline

James Dobson v Kathleen Sebelius: How will you get involved? – I | Alan Sears & Matt Bowman on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk

The Case That Could Topple Obamacare

The Unestablished Constitutionality of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act

What Is the “Church Plan” Issue?: An Explanation from Matt Bowman | Mirror of Justice

Pending Senate bill will force Obamacare exchanges to disclose abortion coverage

Michigan joins 24 other states banning abortion in Obamacare plans

America, We Have a Problem — It’s a Constitutional Crisis

    Fred J. Eckert at Townhall: America, we have a problem: We are in the midst of a serious constitutional crisis. Consider what has been happening in our nation’s capital: President Barack Obama has asserted and acted upon the notion that he can at whim and by decree make changes to law – and Speaker Boehner is complicit both by his continuing acceptance of the president’s unilaterally changing law and by his publicly urging the president to do so one more time.

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Judge Says Baker Must Abandon His Religious Beliefs | MO Family Policy Council

Government’s heavy hand favors abortion over faith | Rebecca Hagelin at Washington Times

GOP senator calls for ObamaCare alternative

Another victory! Federal Court rules for NY Archdiocese versus Obamacare abortion mandate

HHS extends more Obamacare deadlines

Taxpayers to pay for “gender reassignment”? Medicare under examination

Four Decades Eroding the Foundation of Liberty

Religious organizations challenge contraception mandate in federal court | Matt Bowman on Fox News (video)

James Dobson Files Lawsuit Against Obamacare’s HHS-Abortion Pill Mandate | LifeNews

James Dobson and ‘Family Talk’ Sue Over Abortion Pill Mandate | Christian Post

Dobson takes on feds re: ObamaCare mandate | One News Now

Dobson files lawsuit challenging Affordable Care Act contraception rule | NBC

Dr. James Dobson Sues Over Obamacare Abortion-Pill Mandate | Charisma News

Dr. James Dobson sues over Obamacare abortion pill mandate | Alliance Defending Freedom

Tailored Suits for Dobson, Priests for Life | FRC Washington Update

U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Case Against Obamacare Abortion Pill Mandate | Alan E. Sears

The War On Religion Is Real And We Are Losing

Do Mennonites Who Make Cabinets Have Religious Liberty in America? | National Review

Beyond RFRA: What Should We Think of Mutual Duties of Accommodation? | Eugene Volokh

Planned Parenthood Uses Celebrities, Paid Canvassers in Massive Push to Save Obamacare

Still waiting for an Obamacare exemption | Washington Times

The Impact of State Medicaid Expansion in Arizona

    NCPA Policy Digest: The number of privately insured individuals will fall 333,000 in 2014 and, by 2023, the number of privately insured will be 450,000 fewer than it would be otherwise. The net number of Medicaid participants will increase1.07 million in 2014 and, by 2023, the number of Medicaid enrollees will be 1.65 million higher than it would be otherwise. The total cost to the state of covering these new Medicaid beneficiaries will reach $906 million annually within the next decade.

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From Romer v. Evans to United States v. Windsor: Law as a Vehicle for Moral Disapproval in Amendment 2 and the Defense of Marriage Act

Schedule set for contraception challenge briefing

RFRA Strict Scrutiny: The Interest in Protecting Health | Eugene Volokh

Chicagoan Visited By IRS After Challenging Obamacare And Getting Unexpected Tax Bill

Washington Post Falsely Claims Americans Support HHS Abortion Mandate

Intel chairman: Shut down to fix security issues

Practice pointer: Coordinating briefing in consolidated cases

Reince Priebus: Obamacare Intended to Burden the Young

Abortion Coverage Lurks in Insurance Plans Including Congress’

The righteousness in Hobby Lobby’s cause: Business people shouldn’t be required to check their faith at the door. | Rick Garnett at LA Times

Washington Has Enrolled Almost Nine Times as Many People in Medicaid as in Private Plans

Lithwick’s confusion about “humanity”, corporations, and babies | Rick Garnett at Mirror of Justice

Obama:’100 Million Americans Have Gained The Right for Free…Contraception’

Pesky Facts! WaPo Misleads on Public Opinion of Contraception Mandate | Newsbusters

NY Congresswoman Says ACA Requirement Should Stand | Matt Bowman on WAMC NE Public Radio

First they came for the car dealers: Judge rules on abortion mandate

Fellowship of Catholic University Students Sues Sebelius Over HHS Mandate

Would Granting an Exemption from the Employer Mandate Violate the Establishment Clause?

Dem women predict birth control mandate will stand

Notre Dame, FOCUS lawsuits challenge contraception mandate