Lawyer: Hobby Lobby Ruling Will Help Religious Nonprofits Win Exemptions
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CNS News July 11, 2014
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling has opened a door for religious non-profits that also oppose the Obama administration’s contraceptive mandate and its resulting accommodation authorizing third-parties to pay for abortion-inducing drugs, says Mark Rienzi, senior counsel for The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty.
The ruling will strengthen the case of such groups, including the Little Sisters of the Poor and Wheaton College, as they attempt to get a hearing before the high court, Rienzi told attendees at a Heritage Foundation event in Washington this week.
The Becket Fund represented Hobby Lobby in its successful challenge of the contraceptive mandate.