Federal Judge Grants Bible Publisher Injunction Against Obamacare’s Abortion Pill Mandate

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A federal judge has agreed to grant an injunction against Obamacare’s abortion pill mandate to a popular Bible publisher.

U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton issued the temporary injunction in favor of Tyndale House Publishers of Carol Stream, Illinois today, stating that the requirement “substantially burdens” the company’s free exercise of religion.

“[The abortion pill mandate] places substantial pressure on the plaintiffs to violate their beliefs,” Walton wrote. “It places the plaintiffs in the untenable position of choosing either to violate their religious beliefs by providing coverage of the contraceptives at issue or to subject their business to the continual risk of the imposition of enormous penalties for its noncompliance.”

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