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The 82 Employers Who Want to Deny Birth Control Coverage

Category: Birth Control, Obamacare

Tags: Birth Control, Emergency Contraception, Obamacare, Affordable Care Act, Supreme Court, Hobby Lobby

In the case of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled for the first time ever that bosses have the power to deny basic health coverage to their employees.  While we don’t yet know exactly how many women will lose coverage of their contraceptive care, we do know that Justice Samuel Alito’s decision was certainly not “narrow.”  It opened the door to allow many employers to deny coverage for any type of birth control to their employees.

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Just how many  organizations are challenging the Affordable Care Act (ACA)'s contraception mandate?  The count stands at a whopping 82 — so far, according to The Daily Beast. Scroll through the list of companies, nonprofits, and universities below, or share our crazy-long graphic of the list.

Just try not to wear out your finger before you get to the most important part: JOINING THE DISSENT.

List of Organizations challenging ACA’s contraception mandate, as of June 26

(*= Both Nonprofit Profit cases)
Source: The Daily Beast, published 6/30/14

  1. Tyndale House
  2. Freshway Foods
  3. Johnson Welded Products
  4. Willis & Willis PC
  5. Trijicon, Inc.
  6. Barron Industries
  7. Midwest Fastener Corp.
  8. Electrolock Inc.
  9. Zumbiel Packaging
  10. Encompass Develop, Design & Construct, LLC.
  11. Holland Chevrolet
  12. Autocam Corporation
  13. Domino’s Farms
  14. Mersino Management
  15. Eden Foods Incorporated
  16. MK Chambers Company
  17. M&N Plastics
  18. Mersino Dewatering, Inc.
  19. Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc.
  20. Triune Health Group
  21. Grote Industries
  22. Tonn and Blank Construction
  23. Lindsay, Rappaport and Postel, LLC
  24. Hart Electric, LLC
  25. Ozinga Brothers
  26. O’Brien Industrial Holdings
  27. American Pulverizer Company
  28. Annex Medical Inc.
  29. Sioux Chief Mfg. Co., Inc. 
  30. American Mfg. Company
  31. Bick Holdings, Inc.
  32. SMA, LLC
  33. QC Group
  34. Feltl and Co.
  35. Randy Reed Automotive
  36. Doboszenski & Sons, Inc.
  37. Hastings Automotive
  38. Stinson Electric
  39. Hercules Industries, Inc.
  40. Continuum Health Partnerships & Connessione
  41. Cherry Creek Mortgage Co.
  42. Beckwith Electric Co.
  43. Geneva College*
  44. Weingartz Supply Company*
  45. Sharpe Holdings, Inc.*
  46. Catholic Benefits Association*

[NONPROFITS]

  1. Belmont Abbey College
  2. Wheaton College 
  3. Roman Catholic Archbishop of Washington
  4. Priests for Life 
  5. Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York
  6. Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, et al.
  7. Louisiana College
  8. Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth 
  9. Roman Catholic Diocese of Biloxi 
  10. East Texas Baptist University
  11. Catholic Diocese of Beaumont 
  12. Michigan Catholic Conference
  13. Right to Life of Michigan
  14. Catholic Diocese of Nashville
  15. Ave Maria Foundation 
  16. Union University 
  17. University of Notre Dame 
  18. Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend
  19. Grace Schools 
  20. Archdiocese of St. Louis 
  21. School of the Ozarks
  22. Dordt College 
  23. Colorado Christian University
  24. Southern Nazarene University
  25. Little Sisters of the Poor 
  26. Reaching Souls International
  27. Fellowship of Catholic University Students 
  28. Diocese of Cheyenne 
  29. Eternal World Television Network 
  30. Ave Maria University 
  31. Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta 
  32. Persico (Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie, Pennsylvania)
  33. Zubik (Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) 
  34. Brandt (Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg, Pennsylvania) 
  35. James Dobson (Family Talk radio show and ministry)
  36. Ave Maria School of Law

Join the Dissent!

If you believe the ruling is an insult to the generations of women who have fought for control over their own bodies, join the dissent. If you believe women's fundamental rights are more important than some employers' personal beliefs, join the dissent. If you want to fight for the right of every woman to make her own private medical decisions without interference from anyone — JOIN THE DISSENT.


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