Mirror of Justice

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Monday, May 4, 2020

Little Sisters of the Poor dragged back to the Supreme Court

It’s the case of the never-ending case.

This Wednesday, the Little Sisters of the Poor will be back at the Supreme Court after nearly 10 years of litigation over whether or not the group is required to include contraceptives in its healthcare plans. The group has already been to the court once over the same issue, which the court threw back to the states, and the Trump administration attempted to put it to rest in 2018. But after Pennsylvania and New Jersey sued President Trump for executive overreach, the Little Sisters are facing round two.



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