Bible publisher wins temporary injunction against HHS mandate

WASHINGTON -- A Washington-based federal judge made the right decision in granting a temporary injunction against enforcement of a federal contraceptive mandate in a suit brought by an Illinois-based Christian publisher, according to the lawyer representing the company. U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton ruled Nov. 16 that Tyndale House Publishers, which produces Bibles and various Christian publications, did not have to comply with the new mandate while the group's lawsuit against it moves forward. The mandate "affirmatively compels" the company to violate its religious beliefs, he said.

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