Religious groups challenge contraceptive mandate in Supreme Court brief

Several religious nonprofits, including GuideStone Financial Resources, claim Obamacare violates their religious liberty. From BNG

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The government has no right to force religious groups—including an order of Catholic nuns and the Southern Baptist Convention’s insurance provider—to alter their own health care plans to achieve an Obamacare goal to provide women with contraceptives free of charge, according to a 79-page brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court Jan. 4.

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