EWTN Alabama health care lawsuit

Catholic Broadcaster-Contraception Suit
4:26 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Judge Opposes Ala. Broadcaster On Health Mandate

Alabama-based Catholic broadcaster, Eternal Word Television Network sued to block the federal government's rules on contraception for employees.
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A federal judge in Mobile is dismissing key legal claims made by an Alabama-based Catholic broadcaster that sued to block the federal government's rules on contraception for employees.

U.S. District Judge Callie Granade issued the order Wednesday in a lawsuit filed by the Eternal Word Television Network, which is based in the Birmingham suburb of Irondale.

The broadcasting group says it will appeal. The state of Alabama is siding with the media organization.

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EWTN Health Care lawsuit
6:28 am
Wed March 27, 2013

Judge Tosses Health Lawsuit by Ala-Based EWTN

EWTN's main studio in Irondale, Alabama. The Roman Catholic broadcasting organization is talking with its attorneys after a federal judge dismissed its lawsuit challenging part of the new health care law.
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An Alabama-based religious broadcasting organization is reviewing its options after a federal judge dismissed its lawsuit challenging part of the new federal health care law.

U.S. District Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn threw out the lawsuit filed the Irondale-based Eternal Word Television Network in February. The judge says the issue isn't ready for court because rules are still changing.

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