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July 8, 2014
Supreme Court's emergency reprieve for Wheaton College "offer[s] hope to religious nonprofits" who are plaintiffs in HHS cases, writes Joan Frawley Desmond.
"Justice Sotomayor issued an angry dissent to the high court's July 3 ruling, which granted a temporary injunction to Wheaton College, one of many religious nonprofits that have filed legal challenges to the HHS contraceptive mandate. It is just possible that the justice's anger offers some hope that the high court is prepared to broker a solution that all the HHS religious plaintiffs can live with." -- Joan Frawley Desmond, the National Catholic Register