A federal appeals court issued an injunction on Wednesday that temporarily blocks President Obama's Health and Human Services from implementing the contraception mandate on a St. Louis, Mo. Company.
The Obamacare mandate would have forced the small company to pay for health insurance including coverage for contraceptives, sterilization and abortion-inducing drugs -- all in violation of the owner's religious beliefs. . . .
The American Center for Law and Justice has been representing the company in this suit. Cece Heil, senior counsel for the ACLJ, has more on what's next in the case. On its website, the company states its mission as "to make our labor a pleasing offering to the Lord while enriching our families and society.". . .
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