Yet Another Victory Against HHS Mandate “Accommodation”

Ruling from Oklahoma federal court on behalf of religious nonprofits here. Four rulings on accommodation, four victories for challengers. Obamacare is collapsing all around us (but the debris can still cause massive damage).

Update: In a ruling late today, the University of Notre Dame failed to get preliminary injunctive relief. (Will add link when I find it.) The ruling also refers to a ruling yesterday that denied relief to Priests for Life. (There will likely be a flurry of additional rulings in advance of the Jan. 1 implementation date.)

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