Wheaton College Wins 5-Year Religious Freedom Battle Against Birth Control Mandate

March 1, 2018

(The Christian Post) – Wheaton College has won a five-year battle to fulfill its Christian mission without having to provide services like the week-after pill and abortion-inducing drugs in its healthcare plan. A district court judge has ruled that the government would violate federal civil rights laws if it forced the Illinois-based Christian liberal arts college to provide some services, which are required by the contraceptive mandate under the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act, against its religious beliefs.

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