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Hobby Lobby denied injunction by Supreme Court in HHS mandate case

The Christian Post reported today:

In one of the most closely watched issues involving religious freedom, the U.S. Supreme Court has denied Hobby Lobby’s request for an injunction, deciding instead to allow the legal battle in the lower courts to continue.

David Green, CEO of the family-owned arts and crafts retailer, had appealed a lower court’s decision to not allow the company to opt out of President Obama’s contraceptive mandate, arguing that they were being forced to “violate their faith by covering abortion-causing drugs or be exposed to severe penalties.”

For more information on the HHS Mandate visit RealHealthCareRespectsLife.com.

Click here to view an AUL video on the mandate and conscience rights.

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