A judge has granted an early victory to a company that's challenging the contraception mandate in Obamacare.
The owners of the Detroit-area Weingartz Supply Company are Roman Catholic. They argue the contraception mandate violates their constitutional rights by infringing on their ability to practice their religion.
Under the new health care law, companies can be fined if they don't offer medical insurance with contraception coverage.
A federal judge ruled the government can not punish Weingartz while the case is ongoing, saying even the brief loss of free speech and religious rights is an "irreparable injury."