The abortion-pill mandate is crushing religious liberty.
Pro-life ministries are being forced to pay for or provide abortion pills – or face crippling fines.
Christian nuns – serving the poor – face the choice to comply with President Obama’s abortion-pill mandate or pay enormous financial penalties.
President Obama’s so-called “accommodation” is nothing more than accounting gimmicks. His Administration’s edict remains: reject your faith or pay the consequences.
It’s outrageous. And we’re fighting back. This critical case (in fact 7 cases) for life and religious liberty is now at the Supreme Court.
At the ACLJ, we’ve helped defeat the abortion-pill mandate for Christian businesses at the Supreme Court – winning multiple cases. Now, we’re filing a vital amicus brief at the Supreme Court to defend pro-life nonprofits, Christian nuns, and other ministries against this unlawful violation of our religious liberty.
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