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Barring Nun: SCOTUS Shields Sisters from Mandate

Barring Nun: SCOTUS Shields Sisters from Mandate

The Little Sisters of the Poor were hoping for a resolution to their years-long fight for religious freedom. What they got today was the second best thing: the U.S. Supreme Court’s unanimous agreement that the president needs to change his approach to the Obamacare mandate.

SCOTUS Arguments Second to Nun

SCOTUS Arguments Second to Nun

Despite three other trips, Obamacare made an encore appearance at the U.S. Supreme Court today — its first since Justice Antonin Scalia’s death. At the heart of this case is the administration’s order that religious business owners, schools, charities, and nonprofits surrender their beliefs and be forced to facilitate coverage that violates their moral beliefs — or face crippling fines.