Friday, January 4, 2013

HHS Mandate Blocked for 10 For-Profits

Information courtesy of CRC Public Relations\

The controversial portion of the HHS mandate has been temporarily blocked for 10 of 13 corporations who sued on religious liberty grounds - an indication of the strength of their case. The owners of these corporations include Catholics, Evangelical Christians as well as Mennonites.


Injunctions Granted:

• Korte v. Sebelius – (7th Circuit injunction granted pending appeal)

• O’Brien v. HHS, (8th Circuit injunction granted pending appeal)

• Newland v. Sebelius (Hercules), (D. Colorado, preliminary injunction granted)

• Legatus v. Sebelius, (E.D. Mich., preliminary injunction granted for Weingartz plaintiffs)

• Tyndale Publishers v. Sebelius, (D.D.C., preliminary injunction granted)

• Am. Pulverizer Co. v. HHS (Griesedieck) (W.D. Missouri - preliminary injunction granted)

• Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius, (E.D. Pa. temporary restraining order granted)

• Domino’s Farms Corp. v. Sebelius, (E.D. Mich., temporary restraining order granted)

• Sharp Holdings, Inc. v. HHS (E.D. Missouri ND., temporary restraining order granted)

• Triune Health Group v. HHS (N.D. Illinois, preliminary injunction granted)

Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., Autocam Corp., and Grote Indus. LLC have been denied an injunction

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