After landmark 10th Circuit opinion, district court grants preliminary injunction
For Immediate Release: July 19, 2013
Media Contact: Stephen Siao, firstname.lastname@example.org, 202.349.7226
WASHINGTON, DC Today, a federal court granted Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. a preliminary injunction against the HHS abortion-drug mandate, preventing the government from enforcing the mandate against the Christian company. This victory comes less than a month after a landmark decision by the full 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, which ruled 5-3 that Hobby Lobby can exercise religion under the First Amendment and is likely to win its case against the mandate.
The tide has turned against the HHS mandate, said Kyle Duncan, General Counsel with the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, and lead attorney for Hobby Lobby.
In an opinion read from the bench, the court said, There is a substantial public interest in ensuring that no individual or corporation has their legs cut out from under them while these difficult issues are resolved.
This is a major victory for not only Hobby Lobby, but the religious liberty of all for-profit businesses.
There are now 63 separate lawsuits challenging the HHS mandate. The Becket Fund led the charge against the unconstitutional HHS mandate. The Becket Fund currently represents: Hobby Lobby, Wheaton College, East Texas Baptist University, Houston Baptist University, Colorado Christian University, the Eternal Word Television Network, Ave Maria University, and Belmont Abbey College.
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty is a non-profit, public-interest law firm dedicated to protecting the free expression of all religious traditionsfrom Anglicans to Zoroastrians. For 18 years its attorneys have been recognized as experts in the field of church-state law. The Becket Fund recently won a 9-0 victory in Hosanna-Tabor v. EEOC, which The Wall Street Journal called one of the most important religious liberty cases in a half century.
For more information, or to arrange an interview with one of the attorneys, please contact Stephen Siao, Communications Assistant at email@example.com, 202.349.7226.
After the perverts on SCOTUS ruled against trad. marriage and Roberts was bought off and ruled for Obamascare, the odds are long that life will survive with the cloaked tyrants.
There’s an injunction against “paying” the fines. Will they accumulate and be do later?
RE: Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. won a temporary reprieve on Friday from federal penalties
Why “temporary”. Temporary until when?
Stop by and by a rocket or two.
laws and courts are mere formalities these days.