Planned Parenthood Wants to Force These Catholic Nuns to Pay for Abortion-Causing Drugs

National   Steven Ertelt   Mar 23, 2016   |   10:29AM    Washington, DC

The Planned Parenthood abortion business is supporting the Obama administration’s push today to force a group of Catholic nuns to pay for abortion-causing drugs in their employee health care plans.

In the next major battle in the pro-life fight against the HHS mandate, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for Little Sisters of the Poor’s challenge to the Obama HHS mandate. The nation’s highest court will hear debate from attorneys representing the Catholic religious order and the Obama administration on Wednesday.

The Little Sisters of the Poor are asking the nation’s highest court to ensure they do not have to comply with Obamacare’s abortion mandate. The mandate compels religious groups to pay for birth control and drugs that may cause abortions.

Without relief, the Little Sisters would face millions of dollars in IRS fines because they cannot comply with the government’s mandate that they give their employees free access to contraception, sterilization, and abortion-inducing drugs.

The abortion company Planned Parenthood is pushing on social media and organizing a rally at the Supreme Court today to force the nuns to pay for the abortion drugs. Incredibly, the abortion corporation is arguing that allowing the Little Sisters of the Poor not to pay for the abortion-causing drugs will somehow prevent women from getting birth control — which is extensively available at thousands and thousands of locations across the country, including at Planned Parenthood’s own abortion facilities.

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Here’s a sample of the tweets the abortion giant is sending out today: