A ruling is expected in June over whether the government can require for-profit employers to provide employees with health insurance that covers contraceptive services that violate their sincerely held religious beliefs.
While government overreach happens on a daily basis, in this matter, government is doing what ought to be done: protecting and providing basic human services.
The Southern Baptist owners of Hobby Lobby say their lawsuit is “an excellent vehicle” for clearing up confusion about whether a federal law protecting religious freedom for individuals applies to corporations as well.
You may have heard: we’re having a little national crisis right now.
Beginning today, churches have new options for purchasing health insurance for their ministers and staff.
Small churches that currently cannot afford health insurance for their staff and employees might benefit from an Affordable Care Act program that begins Oct. 1.
Craft store giant Hobby Lobby’s lawsuit challenging Obamacare might be headed toward the U.S. Supreme Court.
A federal appeals court sided with the Obama administration against a friend-of-the-court brief filed by the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
The CBF Church Benefits Board stands ready to help churches navigate changes to insurance coverage under the new Affordable Care Act.