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Baptist Universities Win Bid to Freeze HHS Mandate 

December 30, 2013   In another blow against the Obama administration's contraceptives mandate, a Houston federal court ruled on Friday in favor of two Baptist universities, saying it is in the public's interest to protect the religious freedom of the schools.

East Texas Baptist University and Houston Baptist University were granted an injunction, which prevents the government from enforcing a mandate that requires coverage of abortion-causing drugs and devices in employees' health care plans.

Read more at: http://www.christianpost.com/news/baptist-universities-win-bid-to-freeze-hhs-mandate-111622/


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