Nuns, pharmacists take prescription contraception cases to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will have two more opportunities to rule on religious freedom and contraception next term, one case concerning pharmacists and prescription rules, the other an order of nuns and Obamacare.

A Washington state rule requiring pharmacies to fill all valid prescriptions, regardless of whether the owners may have religious objections to doing so, was upheld Thursday by a panel of federal appellate judges.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • curtmavi38 says:

    With the supreme court as it is today, they have little chance of winning. This supreme court has no character and are certainly not meting out justice. meh

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