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Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Case Against Contraceptive Provision of Affordable Care Act

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Case Against Contraceptive Provision of Affordable Care Act   The Supreme Court Justices had trouble with the question of a private company skirting around a federal law simply by citing religious beliefs of the company shareholders, according to the Huffington Post.   A provision of the Affordable Care…>read more

No Comment March 26, 2014

Catholic Nuns Get Temporary Relief from Contraceptive Mandate

Catholic Nuns Get Temporary Relief from Contraceptive Mandate   Acting on an emergency appeal from a group of Catholic nuns, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor granted a temporary exemption that will protect the group from having to comply with the contraceptive mandate of Obamacare. The group submitted that…>read more

No Comment January 1, 2014

Supreme Court to Stay Open Even if Government Shuts Down

Supreme Court to Stay Open Even if Government Shuts Down   The U.S. Supreme Court has announced on its website that “In the event of a loss of appropriations, the Court will continue to conduct its normal operations through October 4. The Court building will be open to the public…>read more

No Comment September 30, 2013

Union Backlash Against Obamacare

Union Backlash Against Obamacare   Obama has had considerable backing from unions these last couple elections, and such political constituents were especially attracted to Obama’s overhaul of health care through the Affordable Health Care Act. Now, there’s some backlash over how such Health Care…>read more

No Comment May 24, 2013

Hospital Stops Delivering Babies to Cope with Obamacare

Hospital Stops Delivering Babies to Cope with Obamacare The impositions of Obamacare are beginning to be anticipated as businesses and hospitals change the structure of their operation to afford the new terms of coverage. Among those making a drastic change is the Windber Medical Center of southwestern Pennsylvania,…>read more

No Comment January 17, 2013

Domino’s Pizza Founder Fights and Wins to not Provide Contraceptive Coverage Under Obamacare

Domino’s Pizza Founder Fights and Wins to not Provide Contraceptive Coverage Under Obamacare The Affordable Care Act — sometimes called “Obamacare” — was upheld this year in the Supreme Court, but that by no means indicates the litigation surrounding it is settled. Domino’s Pizza founder, Thomas Monaghan, recently won a temporary ruling disputing…>read more

1 Comment January 1, 2013

Obama’s Biggest Supporters — Stryker, NBC, — Layoff Employees to Handle Obamanomics

Obama’s Biggest Supporters — Stryker, NBC, — Layoff Employees to Handle Obamanomics Some have noted the irony that Obama’s highest donor the Stryker Corporation will be cutting 1,170 to brace itself for the new tax for the Affordable Care Act, but they aren’t the only one making changes. NBCUniversal, who went a…>read more

4 Comments November 14, 2012

The Costs and Advantages of The 3 Ways Obamacare Could Go

The Costs and Advantages of The 3 Ways Obamacare Could Go It could go three ways with Obamacare. When the Supreme Court makes its decision on the constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s health care law, the Affordable Care Act, they could affirm its legality, deny its legality, or affirm some parts…>read more

No Comment June 11, 2012

Conservative Law Prof Henry Monaghan argues Obamacare is Constitutional

Conservative Law Prof Henry Monaghan argues Obamacare is Constitutional Henry Paul Monaghan, a professor of constitutional law at Columbia Law School, is the latest conservative to support the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. On a column, he approved of the Supreme Court’s aggressive sequestering of Solicitor General Donald…>read more

1 Comment April 17, 2012

Supreme Court Will Rule on Affordable Care Act

Supreme Court Will Rule on Affordable Care Act It’s official – today is the day the Supreme Court justices consider the widely debated challenge to the Obama administration’s health-care overhaul. The court will hear a challenge brought by a group of Republican governors and attorneys general from 26…>read more

No Comment November 14, 2011

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