The Obama administration is appealing a judge's order blocking enforcement of the Obamacare mandate requiring a Bible publisher to provide abortion-inducing contraceptives to its employees.
U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton granted Tyndale House a preliminary injunction against the rule late last year.
The company said it provides its 260 employees coverage for some contraceptives, but not for Plan B or IUDs, which it equates with abortion.
The judge said the mandate forces Tyndale "to violate their religious beliefs" or face government fines and lawsuits.
The Health and Human Services is appealing the judge's order.