Catholic-owned company in Colorado wins permanent injunction on mandate

Catholic-owned company wins case against Colorado health department over insurance coverage

Catholic-owned company wins permanent injunction against HHS mandate

Hercules business wins case against HHS mandate

Hercules defeats Obama admin. abortion-pill mandate

The religious liberty law that protected Hobby Lobby from government coercion

World Magazine reports on Hobby Lobby victory (audio)

Misreadings of the birth-control ruling

Pro-abortion pastors distribute condoms outside Hobby Lobby to protest SCOTUS decision

No, the Supreme Court’s ‘Hobby Lobby’ decision is not based upon a scientific mistake

Conestoga and Hobby Lobby won! So what do we do now?

Hobby Lobby ruling may vindicate Colorado company

U.S. Supreme Court hits birth-control rule

Geneva pleased with court ruling on contraceptive coverage

Conestoga and Hobby Lobby – the aftermath begins

Hobby Lobby and the legal rights of people organized as corporations

US Supreme Court rules against Obama admin.’s abortion pill mandate

Tenth Circuit Panel Rules in Favor of Colo. Company Against Abortion Pill Mandate | Christian Post

Tenth Circuit rules for religious freedom and against Obama’s abortion pill mandate | Live Action News

Clinton/Obama Court of Appeals Judges Rule for Company on ObamaCare Abortion Mandate | Front Page Magazine

Court: Colorado Business Will Keep its Reprieve from HHS Mandate | Citizen Link

Judge dismisses race-based abortion law challenge | AZ Daily Star

Hercules Beats Obama Again: Court Says Company Can’t be Forced to Obey HHS Mandate | Life News

Hercules One Step Closer to Religious Freedom | NRO

10th Circuit upholds order against abortion pill mandate | Alliance Defending Freedom

Huelskamp meets with plaintiffs challenging HHS mandate | McPherson Sentinel

Coverage for Birth Control Spurs Suits | Denver Post

A Flood of Suits Fights Coverage of Birth Control | NYT

Obama Admin Trying to Force Company to Comply With HHS Mandate

Defending God-Given Freedoms | Alan Sears

People Can Be Religious in Business | Matt Bowman at National Review

“Obamacare” blamed for war on religion | The Colorado Statesman

Biden dishonest about abortion pill mandate | Alliance Defending Freedom

Obama admin: Bible publisher isn’t religious enough for HHS mandate exemption | Pro Life Blogs

Obama admin. appeals abortion mandate case | Baptist Press

Department of Justice appeal opposes religious freedom of family business owners | National Right to Life News

HHS Appeals Contradict Obama’s ‘Religious Freedom’ Pledge, ADF Claims | Christian Post

Obama Admin Appeals Decision Against Abortion-HHS Mandate | LifeNews

Obama appeals ruling which protected Catholic family business from HHS mandate | LifeSiteNews

On Obama’s ‘unwavering Support’ For Religious Freedom | One News Now

Archbishop of Denver: Hercules Industries should be honored for their religious liberty stance

    Archdiocese of Denver: . . . When religious people are marginalized from the public square, all of us lose. Religious values (like those of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., for example) have served as forces for great public good in America. Public shame of the religiously convicted undermines the American ideal. Sadly, however, Hercules is not alone in being marginalized; religious institutions and practices face increasing threats in America. Last week, the Washington, D.C.-based Liberty Institute released a survey of religious hostility in America, documenting hundreds of unreasonable persecutions of religious Americans. It is a chilling read . . . When religious conscience threatens essential human freedom or dignity, governments have a vested interest in protecting public welfare. But the law which Hercules is fighting is not an assertion of essential human freedom or dignity. The HHS mandate is designed to fund private sexual expression—and even abortion—from the coffers of American businesses. Trading free access to contraception for our foundational reverence for religious liberty is a betrayal of our history—and a short-sighted plan for America. House Speaker Frank McNulty took up the mantle of Hercules’ cause, and rightly commended them for their work. I pray the Denver City Council will do the same. Choosing to marginalize the owners of Hercules for their religiosity is an insult to the founding values of our nation.

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Andy Newland: “Lost honors for Obamacare resistance: No cheers for religious conviction”

Denver Business Stripped Of “good Citizenship” Award For Opposing Obamacare

A Herculean Defense of Religious Liberty | Michael Norton on Engage the Issues

Editorial: Kniech’s reversal on Hercules makes “silly season” worse | Denver Post

Guest Commentary: Freedom cannot be compromised | Michael Norton at the Denver Post

Joe Infranco: Running The Race – Hercules Holds Firm To Religious Beliefs

Denver Rescinds Award to Local Business

Alan Sears: Hercules stands strong in Denver

ADF: Denver’s attempt to throw Hercules under ObamaCare bus backfires

College Refuses Obama Admin Demand to Drop HHS Mandate Lawsuit

Something I Bet You Didn’t Know About Religious Freedom

Feds Backpedal On Contraceptive Mandate, Again: 2nd set of plaintiffs told requirement won’t be enforced for now