Christian University Opposes Dismissal Of Challenge To Contraceptive Mandate

Christian University Opposes Dismissal Of Challenge To Contraceptive Mandate

DENVER - A Christian university on May 3 filed a brief in Colorado federal court opposing dismissal of its first amended complaint in a case that alleges that the mandate contained in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) requiring that all health plans provide "preventative services" for free, including those for birth control, violates the rights of religious organizations (Colorado Christian University v. Kathleen Sebelius, No. 11-3350, D. Colo., No. 11-3350).  Subscribers may view the opposition brief available within the full update.

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