The 100-plus lawsuits challenging the Affordable Care Act’s contraception coverage mandate are less about legitimate religious beliefs than about the fervent desire of extremists to roll back women’s equality, including access to the full range of reproductive health care.
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On March 25, 2014 the US Supreme Court will hear arguments on the Hobby Lobby contraception mandate case. Take action against Hobby Lobby and the Dirty 100 by signing the below petition and sharing it with your friends and other activists. Use the social media kit to highlight the Dirty 100 on Facebook and Twitter. Check… Read more »
One hundred entities believe that they shouldn’t have to follow the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act. Stand with NOW and tell them that it is not acceptable for employers to impose their personal beliefs on their employees.
One hundred entities have filed lawsuits against the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act. Stand with NOW and tell them it is not acceptable for employers to impose their personal beliefs on their employees.
Welcome, ladies, to the 2014 NOW Showdown! It’s going to be a tough rumble between two very influential fighters, and the crowd is loving it.
This Tuesday, the U.S.Supreme Court will hear arguments in two consolidated cases, Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius, on the government’s authority to require employers to provide health care coverage that includes birth control and other pregnancy-related services under the Affordable Care Act.
Signing a work contract should not amount to signing away your soul, but that is ostensibly what the Dirty 100 expects of their employees. For these 100 companies refusing to comply with the ACA’s contraception mandate, religious freedom means the freedom to impose religious values on employees.
On March 25th, we’ll be at the Supreme Court taking a stand against one hundred entities — The Dirty 100 — looking to impose their personal religious beliefs on their employees.
We’re organizing a banner to display outside the Supreme Court to make sure all our voices are heard. Sign your name next to ours!
2014 has been a rough year for women and feminists, to say the least. Between the Hobby Lobby decision and the results of the 2014 mid-term elections it is easy to feel discouraged. As the year wraps up, let’s look back on the good and the bad of the past year, and get ready to… Read more »