Hobby Lobby Files Appeal in Battle Against Obamacare’s Abortion Pill Mandate

Hobby Lobby has appealed a federal judge’s decision denying the craft supply chain’s request to not provide employees with insurance that covers morning-after and week-after birth control pills, as mandated by the Obamacare law.

The Christian-owned company asked for relief in the face of fines they say could reach $1 million a day for not providing the coverage.

The appeal was filed Tuesday in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals after a federal judge in Oklahoma on Monday denied the owners’ request for a temporary injunction against the provisions of the Obama administration’s health law.

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  • I believe that Obamacare wants only the best for many Americans, but not are pleased with his ideals. Like what happened with Hobby Lobby. Abortion is against the faith of the owners so it’s natural that they appeal with the implementation of Obamacare for their employees. It’s a matter of choice – give the employees that wants the program and leave the ones that don’t.