From Yahoo! News, about the U.S. high court: "The Supreme Court has opened the door to a new challenge to President Barack Obama's sweeping health care reform law, just five months after upholding the law's individual mandate in a dramatic 5-4 decision. The court decided on Monday that Liberty University, an evangelical institution in Virginia, must get a second hearing from a lower court of its challenge to the health care law's birth control mandate and its provision that all large employers provide insurance to employees or pay a fine."
The article continues: "The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals threw out the case last year, saying the university couldn't challenge the employer or birth control mandates before they went into effect. The university argues that providing employees and students with health insurance that covers contraceptives violates its religious freedom under the First Amendment, and that employers cannot be compelled to provide health insurance."