ACLJ Urges Supreme Court to take ObamaCare HHS Mandate Case

November 6, 2013

Today, the ACLJ asked the U.S. Supreme Court to take a case involving a challenge to the ObamaCare HHS Mandate – urging the high court to permit companies and corporations to bring religious liberty claims in challenging the Mandate.

“This is a critical issue that needs to be addressed by the Supreme Court,” said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ. “To protect the rights of individuals, but shut out companies and corporations from religious freedom protections is legally flawed. Businesses must be afforded the same opportunity to exercise a fundamental liberty protected by the First Amendment. Religious liberty must apply to businesses as well as individuals. It’s our hope the high court will take this case and reach that conclusion.”

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