In its lawsuit, the college claimed that the administration would require biological males identifying as transgender females to not be denied access to female dorms or bathrooms.
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The ‘Protecting Statutory Conscience Rights in Health Care’ rule was finalized by HHS in May and is set to go into effect on Nov. 22.
The lawsuit’s plaintiffs, the Vermont Alliance for Ethical Healthcare and the Christian Medical and Dental Association, object to state officials’ requirements that could force physicians to refer for assisted suicide under the 2013 assisted-suicide law.
As states grow bolder in imposing such mandates — aided by a recent HHS decision not to apply the Weldon Amendment — the U.S. bishops are pushing Congress to pass the Conscience Protection Act.
Right of health-care workers to not participate in abortion should be respected, bishops say.
A family places its trust in God as it battles Washington state for the right to run their pharmacy and grocery store in line with Catholic teachings.