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U.S. to Supreme Court: Don't Expand Hobby Lobby Exemption
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July 2, 2014
"The Obama administration, arguing that the steps it has taken to protect religious objections to birth control by non-profit colleges, hospitals and other charities satisfy federal law, urged the Supreme Court on Wednesday not to expand the exemption. A religious college in Illinois is not entitled to the temporary aid that the Court gave to a Colorado charity in January, the newly filed brief contended. This was the first court filing by the federal government in the wake of Monday's ruling in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, and it made clear that officials will continue to resist efforts by non-profit religious institutions to gain a complete exemption from the pregnancy prevention mandates of the new federal health care law."

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