Supreme Court to take a Second Look at Abortion Pill Mandate

In many circles of Christendom, there are those who would say that there should be absolutely no overlap in religion and law. In our society, you can be as religious or non-religious as you like, but you most leave those views out of the law making process. When one enters law or legislature, one must be neutral. Only our Constitution can guide us in what is right. But, we see that this is an impossibility.

As men without religious conviction make more and more of our laws, we find that the Christian is forgotten. The idea that one would have to check his conscience before acting is ignored, and laws are written that Christians cannot obey. This puts them at risk of hefty fines. So, they are seeking to change the law through litigation.

Christian News reports

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge from several religious groups to what has been dubbed the “abortion pill mandate” in the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, marking the second time the court has deliberated opposition to the law.

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