Wheaton wins major victory against HHS mandate

From Christianity Today:

On Tuesday, Wheaton College and Belmont Abbey College won a legal round against the HHS contraceptive mandate not only for themselves, but for all fellow plaintiffs as a D.C. appeals court prompted the Obama administration to promise not to enforce the mandate (as currently written) and—on top of that—regularly report on its progress toward new rules that better protect religious freedom.

“The D.C. Circuit has now made it clear that government promises and press conferences are not enough to protect religious freedom,” said Kyle Duncan, general counsel of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, in a press release. “The court is not going to let the government slide by on non-binding promises to fix the problem down the road.”

Read the rest here. (HT: Jim Smith)

One Response to Wheaton wins major victory against HHS mandate

  1. dr. james willingham December 19, 2012 at 11:52 pm #

    God grant that an ultimate victory might be won with the supreme court, for we are on the verge of losing religious liberty, soon to be followed by the others we also hold dear.

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