WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to weigh in on the Obama administration’s abortion-pill mandate and its misnamed “accommodation” for some non-profit organizations. Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys represent a Christian college in Pennsylvania and four Christian universities in Oklahoma that asked the high court to review appeals court decisions that upheld the mandate in Geneva College v. Burwell and Southern Nazarene University v. Burwell. The cases are two of seven that the Supreme Court agreed to take up.
Geneva College in Pennsylvania and the four universities in Oklahoma – Southern Nazarene University, Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Oklahoma Baptist University, and Mid-America Christian University – specifically object to facilitating access to abortifacients.
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