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3 States File Brief on Behalf of Catholic TV Station Seeking Exemption From HHS' Contraception Mandate

August 6, 2014

Three states have filed an amicus brief on behalf of an Alabama-based Catholic television station founded by nuns that is seeking an exemption from the Department of Health and Human Services' "preventive services" mandate. The attorneys general for Alabama, Florida and Georgia filed the brief Monday in the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in support of the Eternal Word Television Network of Irondale.

 



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