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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Federal Court Dismisses Notre Dame's Challenge to Contraception Mandate

The Hill - Healthwatch:  Judge boots Notre Dame's case against birth-control mandate, by Elise Viebeck:

A federal judge has dismissed the University of Notre Dame's suit against the Obama administration's birth-control coverage policy. 

U.S. District Judge Robert L. Miller wrote Monday that Notre Dame's claims of injury are not ripe and that the school does not have standing to bring them. 

Miller cited the Obama administration's promise to accommodate religious institutions like Notre Dame that insure themselves. . . .

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