A courageous doctor from San Antonio, Texas is making news after publishing a letter she sent to Aetna last week terminating her participation in its program because of changes the company made to its contract with her as a result of ObamaCare.
The Supreme Court has extended a temporary injunction allowing the Little Sisters of the Poor to be exempted from the controversial birth control mandate that would force them to provide contraceptive coverage to employees or face crippling fines.
A host of new glitches are arising now that the controversial Affordable Care Act has gone into effect with one of the most outrageous involving new parents who are being told the systems automated feature enabling them to add a new baby to their policy will be “available later.”
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor delivered an eleventh-hour reprieve to the Little Sisters of the Poor and the Christian Brothers from having to provide contraceptive coverage to employees by January 1 or face stiff fines.
The Archdiocese of New York not only won a major victory against Obamacare’s contentious birth control mandate this week, but a U.S. District Court Judge awarded them the first permanent injunction against the law which takes effect in just two weeks.
In the course of the past week, the U.S. Supreme Court opted not to review a challenge to Obamacare by the Virginia-based Liberty University, but has agreed to hear a pair of cases that challenge the federal government’s authority to force business owners to provide contraceptives — including those that can cause abortion — to their employees.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
The purveyors of the rapidly sinking Affordable Care Act have sunk to new levels of desperation in a new ad campaign targeting young women with invitations to have sex without worry because Obamacare covers birth control.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley, chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities wrote to members of the House of Representatives to support the “Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act” (H.R. 3279), to address one part of the abortion-related problem in the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
A federal court has rendered an important although partial victory in another case concerning Christian employers who believe the controversial birth control mandate places a substantial burden on the free exercise of their religion.