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Little Sisters of the Poor presses contraceptive mandate case, says government's latest solution isn't good enough

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The Little Sisters of the Poor is not satisfied with the federal government's recent regulations and will continue its challenge against the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate, the Catholic long-term care provider stated in a legal brief filed Monday.

Supreme indifference

Supreme indifference

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It has been said that we are the residue of our choices. If that's true, what should we make of the Supreme Court these days?

Supreme Court's message to long-term care operators: You're not worthy

Supreme Court's message to long-term care operators: You're not worthy

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It has been said that we are the residue of our choices. If that's true, what should we make of the Supreme Court these days?

Long-term care leaders watchful after Supreme Court limits the Affordable Care Act contraception rule

Long-term care leaders watchful after Supreme Court limits the Affordable Care Act contraception rule

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Two hotly anticipated Supreme Court rulings handed down Monday elicited measured responses from prominent long-term care stakeholders. In one case, Hobby Lobby succeeded in its battle against the Affordable Care Act's rules over contraception coverage. The other decision dealt a blow to home healthcare unions.

Court says employer not burdened by contraception mandate

Court says employer not burdened by contraception mandate

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A federal trial court has declined to grant an injunction in a case over the Affordable Care Act's "contraceptive mandate," finding against companies that said the requirement goes against their religious beliefs.

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