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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Federal Trial Judge Temporarily Blocks Contraceptive Mandate for Domino's Pizza Founder

The Hill - Healthwatch blog: Federal judge halts Obama birth-control policy for Domino's Pizza founder, by Elise Viebeck:

A federal judge has ordered a temporary halt on the Obama administration's birth-control coverage policy for Tom Monaghan, the Catholic billionaire who founded Domino's Pizza.

Federal District Court Judge Lawrence P. Zatkoff issued the decision Sunday, less than two days before the policy would have taken effect and exposed Monaghan to fines for non-compliance. . . .

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