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Following the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Hobby Lobby, an Alabama-based Catholic television network was given relief from the federal government's "preventive services" mandate.
Within hours of the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby Inc. on Monday, Eternal Word Television Network was granted relief from having to pay fines for refusing to comply with the HHS mandate to provide various birth control pills.
In addition to EWTN, five other groups based in Wyoming were given emergency relief. They were the Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne, Catholic Charities of Wyoming, St. Joseph's Children's Home, St. Anthony Tri-Parish Catholic School, and Wyoming Catholic College.
originally posted by: thesaneone
a reply to: shaneslaughta
They are getting a fair wage with benefits from this evil company and you call them greedy, lol
It's almost as pathetic crying about not getting enough stars.
originally posted by: OrphanApology
So what's to stop one of these employers from not covering childbirth where the woman isn't married?
originally posted by: Kangaruex4Ewe
Another promise Obamacare failed to deliver on. It's a happy day IMO. The Constitution survived, albeit barely. I hope this is the start of an avalanche that ends with the end of Obamacare.
Wait until Obama finds his pen and his phone...
originally posted by: FlyersFan
I just talked to some of my friends who still work there. Everyone is VERY happy about the ruling. All the religious and all the lay people. Very happy. They've been praying for this outcome.