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January 1, 2013
Seventh Circuit Temporarily Blocks Contraception Mandate for Illinois Construction Company
SCOTUSblog: Religious employer wins big - temporarily, by Lyle Denniston:
In the most significant federal appeals court ruling so far on the new federal health care law’s contraceptives mandate, the Seventh Circuit Court on Friday night temporarily barred the federal government from enforcing that requirement against an Illinois construction company whose Roman Catholic owners see it as a threat to their religious freedom. In a two-to-one ruling, the panel of the Chicago-based court acted two days after Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor had refused– for different reasons — to block enforcement of the mandate against an Oklahoma family and their businesses. . . .
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