The Obama Administration’s abortion-pill mandate represents one of the worst violations of religious liberty in our nation’s history.
President Obama’s edict forcing Americans to violate their faith – to pay for life-ending abortion pills – is blatantly unconstitutional. The ACLJ has been challenging the HHS Mandate since day one – successfully stopping the enforcement of it for our clients in all seven of our cases.
Now, one of our cases is pending before the Supreme Court, and the high Court will decide the fate of the mandate.
It is time to stop the abortion-pill mandate and its obtrusive violation of religious liberty once and for all at the Supreme Court.
We are preparing to file one of the most important Supreme Court amicus briefs in ACLJ history.
Stand with us at the Supreme Court. Stand for religious liberty. Stand for life.
Add your name to our amicus brief to end the abortion-pill mandate today.
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