Supreme Court Sends Hopeful Signal In Little Sisters Case

ACLJ: The U.S. Supreme Court today dropped a major hint that it might not be content to let the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia result in a 4 – 4 deadlock that would force the Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious entities to choose between violating their consciences and closing up shop. In an extraordinary Order, the Supreme Court directs the parties to file supplemental briefs that specifically address how the contraceptive and abortifacient coverage mandated by the Obama Administration might still be obtained by religious objectors’ employees in a way that would not involve the objectors in any way in the process – including submitting the form that is required under the current HHS Mandate and is at the center of the current controversy.

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