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Court upholds Notre Dame’s exemption from contraceptive mandate

August 16, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: Dismissing a lawsuit filed by Irish 4 Reproductive Health (an unrecognized student group), Judge Philip P. Simon cited the latest Little Sisters of the Poor case in his decision: “Like the Little Sisters organization, it is undisputed that Notre Dame has a sincere religious objection to the use of contraceptives and a sincere belief that utilizing the accommodation would make them complicit in providing services to which they religiously object.”

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