Seven states challenge the HHS mandate in court

Florida, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Texas have filed suit against the federal government over the HHS mandate.  This is the first suit filed on behalf of a group of states. Several other plaintiffs joined the suite  Joining the suit were several other organizations, including the Association of American Physicians & Surgeons and six other national medical organizations, and Catholic Social Services.  Americans United for Life filed a brief in the case on behalf of the medical organizations, the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians & Gynecologists, the Christian Medical Association, the Catholic Medical Association, the National Catholic Bioethics Center, Physicians for Life, and the National Association of Pro Life Nurses.  The AUL included in its amicus curiae brief evidence of the life-ending capability of the abortion-inducing drugs such as ella, included in the HHS mandate.

We will see more and more lawsuits against the HHS mandate as more and more organizations and institutions face harm from the mandate as their insurance policies come up for renewal.

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