Little Sisters of the Poor win injunction from Scotus


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:clap2:good for them. this means the sisters and others who object to the applicable obamacare instruction(s) won't have to acknowledge or sign the papers authorizing their ins. carries to provide the services in question against their objections. It covers over 400 other Catholic org.s as well.

Big Procedural Victory for Little Sisters of the Poor
By Ed Whelan
January 24, 2014 4:45 PM

Without recorded dissent, the Supreme Court has enjoined the federal government from enforcing the HHS mandate against the Little Sisters of the Poor and their co-plaintiffs during the pendency of their Tenth Circuit appeal. More precisely, injunctive relief is available to each plaintiff if it informs HHS in writing that it is a nonprofit organization that holds itself out as religious and that it has religious objections to providing coverage for contraceptive services.

The Court specifies that the plaintiffs “need not use the [certification] form prescribed by the Government and need not send copies to third-party administrators.”

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