ACLJ Wins Another Injunction Against Obamacare HHS Mandate

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has granted an injunction which excuses the businesses owned by Frank and Phil Gilardi, of Ohio, from compliance with the Obamacare HHS mandate.   The Gilardi’s own food distribution businesses, and operate them in accordance with their Catholic beliefs.  Their health insurance does not cover contraception and abortion.   After a final emergency appeal from the ACLJ,  the Court of Appeals, changed their position on March 29th, allowing the Gilardis to continue to freely practice their religion in their business operations, while their lawsuit opposing the HHS mandate proceeds through the courts.  This is the fifth injunction obtained by the American Center for Law and Justice against the HHS Mandate of Obamacare.