Contraceptive Mandate Hits Religious Objection Wall in U.S. High Ct.

Companies like the Mennonite-owned Conestoga Wood Specialties in East Earl, Pa., can't be required to fund female contraceptives due to their religious objections, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday in a decision that could foretell its approach to the next wave of litigation over that portion of Obamacare.

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