Federal appeals court rules against Catholic business owners in HHS mandate case
CWN - September 19, 2013
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has declined to halt the implementation of the HHS mandate against Autocam Corp. and Autocam Medical, two for-profit companies that are owned by Catholics.
The Christian Science Monitor reported that two federal appellate courts have ruled in favor of the mandate, while one has ruled against it--thus increasing the likelihood that the Supreme Court will rule on the mandate's constitutionality.
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