This is concerning. The abortion-pill mandate is back.
Even after defeating it – TWICE – at the Supreme Court, Americans who object to abortions could still be forced to facilitate the provision of abortion-pills anyway.
How is this even possible?
After we helped defeat the Obama-era abortion-pill mandate in multiple cases, the Trump Administration implemented a new rule providing religious and moral protections against it.
But two pro-abortion-run states filed a lawsuit, and a federal court actually struck down those protections in a deeply erroneous ruling.
In just days, we are once again filing at the Supreme Court – this time asking it to end the abortion-pill mandate’s assault on religious liberty once and for all.
No religious organization, no American, no pro-life business owner should be forced to facilitate the provision of abortion-inducing pills against their conscience. As we prepare our critical Supreme Court amicus brief, take action with us.
As we take crucial legal action at the Supreme Court to defeat the abortion-pill mandate’s assault on religious liberty, we urgently need your tax-deductible support today.
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