Federal Judge Robert H. Cleland (Michigan) issued a decision issued late Wednesday, October 31, 2012, affirming that “potential for harm to plaintiffs exists, and with the showing plaintiffs have made thus far of being able to convincingly prove their case at trial, it is properly characterized as irreparable.”
The judge’s decision means the federal government will not be allowed to enforce its HHS mandate until the lawsuit is resolved.
In an earlier case in Denver, U.S. District Judge John J. Kane of Colorado issued a similar order preventing enforcement of the mandate.
The “HHS mandate” is a set of regulations adopted by Barack Obama’s Department of Health and Human Services, run by the emphatically pro-abortion Kathleen Sebelius, that forces employers, regardless of religious faith, to pay for insurance coverage for contraception, abortion-inducing drugs and sterilization.
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2nd judge halts enforcement of Obamacare mandate – Nov 1, 2012