U.S. Judge In Oklahoma Grants Injunction In Health Care Case

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A federal judge in Oklahoma City has granted an injunction to approximately 200 Catholic employers to temporarily prevent the federal government from enforcing a health care policy requiring insurance coverage for contraceptives, according to KOTV.

The injunction was granted Wednesday (June 4) by U.S. District Judge David Russell to the Catholic Benefits Association, according to affiliate station KOTV.

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  • Elaphas

    Your picture says it all. I never thought I would live to see the day when the words “government” and “healthcare” were used in the same headline. But I thought Obamacare wasn’t government healthcare. At least that’s what all the liberal talking heads are trying to make us believe. Obamacare’s new slogan – “where you’ll get the same great care the VA gives our veterans.”

  • x

    Most of the problems where VA’s where getting poor healthcare was in conservative states like Arizona. Looks like that state discriminates against hispanics, gays and lesbians and now VA’s

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