Hot on the heels of the good news reported on December 11, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned lower court decisions dismissing a lawsuit against the HHS mandate filed by Belmont Abbey College and Wheaton College. This means the lawsuit can go forward!
After the 2012 elections, many of us have been looking for some good news in the headlines. Decisions in Illinois and New York have provided some welcome doses of good news.
A Nevada judge ruled earlier this week that a 32-year-old woman would not be forced to undergo an abortion against her own will and against the will of her parents and guardians.
Opponents of assisted suicide won an important victory in Massachusetts on November 6. Question 2, a ballot initiative to legalize assisted suicide, was defeated 51-49 percent.
CMA member Aaron Kheriaty, M.D. spoke at a Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California on October 20, 2012. Check out the video after the break.
The late Senator Ted Kennedy’s widow, Victoria Reggie Kennedy, wrote an op-ed last weekend criticizing Question 2, the Massachusetts assisted suicide ballot initiative, and announced her plans to vote no on it.
The Saint Loius Guild and their President, Dr. Michael Dixon are featured in the St. Louis Review. They are being featured for their work to defend life and Religious liberty and the respect for the dignity of women in the fight against “free” contraceptives. Read more about their hard effort after the jump.
Bala Cynwyd, PA – The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) concluded its largest and most successful conference ever on Saturday, September 29, 2012, hosting a record number of medical students and passing two important resolutions, one on the HHS mandate and a second on traditional marriage. Read more after the break!
The Catholic Medical Association is disturbed and disappointed that the Supreme Court saw fit to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). This decision is both alarming and deeply wrong. Read the full statement after the break.
A large number of CMA members joined tens of thousands of others in the second round of Stand Up for Religious Freedom rallies held on Friday, June 8, 2012. With 164 rallies across the United States, Americans’ determination to fight for our God-given rights and liberties was made known loud and clear.