SCOTUS: Njet to HHS diktat; can’t force private companies to pay for abortifacients

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In a 5-4 decision written by Justice Samuel Alito, SCOTUS overturned the controversial HHS diktat by the Regime of the Kenyan kommie and his former HHS lacket, Kathleen Sebelius.

Alito said employers and employees will have to figure out a way to pay for so-called “free” abortifacients often mislabeled as “contraception” by the drive by media and the Regime.

This excellent news, long awaited by ESH and his readers, sets back the dictatorial efforts of the Regime.

Hundreds of people — activists, court enthusiasts and reporters — gathered outside the Supreme Court building early Monday, awaiting the last day of the court’s term, when the justices were expected to rule on whether President Obama’s health care law can require corporations to pay for insurance coverage for so-called abortifacient “contraception.”

The coverage requirement was challenged by two corporations whose owners say they try to run their businesses on religious principles:Hobby Lobby, a chain of crafts stores, and Conestoga Wood Specialties, which makes wood cabinets. This ruling would affect all private for-profit companies not just not-for-profit religious companies.

The two rulings today, Hobby Lobby and forced contributions to public unions, sets back the secular, anti-Christian agenda of the Regime and the left, possibly for decades.

Deo gratias and Deo volente!

One thought on “SCOTUS: Njet to HHS diktat; can’t force private companies to pay for abortifacients

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    June 30, 2014 at 10:44


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