Alliance Defending Freedom: It’s days away: The Supreme Court’s marriage decision is expected to come down on June 29.
Justice Sotomayor and 3 Circuits Rule On Injunctions Pending Appeals By Non-Profits In Contraceptive Mandate Cases
Religion Clause Blog: With the approach of the Jan. 1, 2014 effective date for the Affordable Care Act contraceptive coverage accommodation for religious non-profits (Final Rules in Federal Register), three circuit courts and a Supreme Court Justice yesterday ruled on motions for injunctions pending appeals by non-profits who lost at the district court level.
Religion Clause Blog: In Priests for Life v. Sebelius, (ED NY, April 12, 2013), a New York federal district court dismissed on ripeness grounds a challenge by a non-profit Catholic organization to the contraceptive coverage mandate under the Affordable Care Act.
How Appealing links to coverage and the order here.
Religion Clause Blog: Now in Priests for Life v. Sebelius, (ED NY, Dec. 21, 2012), the parties have filed a stipulation in a New York federal district court agreeing that Priests for Life qualifies for the temporary enforcement safe harbor.
Christian Newswire: Priests for Life, a New York-based international pro-life organization of Catholic clergy and laity, today announced that the Obama Administration’s lawyers are trying desperately to “shut down” the lawsuit that’s been filed to stop ObamaCare from violating the …
Religion Clause: The complaint (full text) in Priests for Life v. Sebelius, (ED NY, filed 2/15/2012), claims that the group’s free exercise and free speech rights, as well as its rights under RFRA are violated by the mandate requiring its health insurance policy to cover contraceptive services. The suit also claims violations of the Administrative Procedure Act. | American Freedom Law Center press release