Democrats in the US Senate attempted to reverse the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby decision on the Obamacare contraceptive mandate. The bill which was introduced by Senators Patty Murray (D-WA) and Mark Udall (D-CO) failed to garner the necessary votes to pass.
Victory: Pro-Life Senators Vote Down New Abortion-Pill Mandate
Hobby Lobby Reversal Fails
By: Matthew Clark/Red State
Senate Democrats attempt to gut religious liberty and “reverse” the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision on the abortion-pill mandate has been defeated.
Pro-abortion radicals reeling from the Supreme Court’s decision in Hobby Lobby quickly jumped to extreme measures to push through their failing abortion agenda, even willing to gut a more than 20-year-old religious liberty law that had been passed nearly unanimously by Congress.
This effort to reinstate the abortion-pill mandate has failed.
It’s important to remember that the original HHS Mandate, which forced pro-life business owners to violate their faith by paying for abortion pills, was a regulatory action issued under ObamaCare, not a law passed by those elected to represent the people. Yet, when the Left tried to pass the abortion-pill mandate through Congress, they couldn’t even muster the necessary votes to pass the pro-abortion Senate.
There is no question that forcing Americans to violate their faith is extreme. The American people don’t support it.
This is a tremendous victory for life and religious liberty.
Read the entire article how Senate democrats attempted to reverse the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision at the Red State
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