- religiously affiliated entities arguing that the requirement should not apply to them;
- religious entities arguing that they should not have to cover drugs they believe to be abortion-inducing, which they claim the rule requires; and
- for-profit corporations whose owners have religious objections to providing their employees with health insurance that covers contraception. Here, we focus on the last category of plaintiffs, as their challenges make up the majority of cases currently pending in federal appeals courts.
Health Advocate: ACA Reproductive Health Litigation: Comments
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