Company Wins Injunction on Contraception Mandate

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A federal judge in Chicago has granted an Illinois company temporary relief from having to provide birth control coverage for its workers.

Judge Amy St. Eve granted a preliminary injunction to Triune Health Group.

Christopher and Mary Anne Yep, the company's owners, say the law's contraception mandate violates their Roman Catholic beliefs.

Their claim is one of dozens of similar lawsuits filed across the country.

Mandatory coverage for contraception has been among the most controversial parts of President Obama's health care law.

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