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pay for abortion drugs and sterilization in violation of their faith.
Attorney General Luther Strange filed a motion Thursday to make the state a party to the case. He says the mandate violates the Alabama Constitution's religious freedom amendment.
means that the people will have to purchase their own insurance, or be uninsured. Which means the costs flows back to the state of Alabama so we have a practical and a principle reason to be in this case, Strange said.
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Seven other states have joined another lawsuit raising similar issues as EWTN, but the Attorney General Strange says this case is unique to Alabama because EWTN is based in Birmingham and employs so many Alabamians.
Manos says the State of Alabama's entry into the lawsuit is a major step toward victory. However, some of Alabama democratic lawmakers disagree with the AG choice to back the network.
screen, it an attack on basic healthcare, we are not to be spending Alabama's money on something like this, said Sen. Hank Sanders, D Selma.
they ought to allow contraception for women, Sanders said.
Strange feels like the federal government is attacking both our country and Alabama religious freedoms. While the controversy is centered around forcing employers to pay for insurance covering contraceptives, Strange says it is not about that.
really whether you're going to require a religious group to pay for something that they object to on religious grounds, Strange said.
Most employers and insurers have to cover birth control under the nation's new health care law. Church related institutions must comply after a one year grace period. The Attorney General is afraid religious groups, schools and non profits may opt out of providing insurance plans for employees unless the mandate is changed.
Alabama's attorney general has brought the state into a Catholic broadcaster's lawsuit against the Obama administration's mandate that religious organizations pay for their workers' birth control.
But Sen. Sanders believes Strange is not accurately standing up for Alabamians. may be representing the state, but he's not representing all of Alabama, Sanders said.
Sanders backs the Obama Administration mandate established in February, and feels like Strange is the one who is unconstitutional for treating women differently than men.
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