South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson joined the Attorneys General of Nebraska and Texas in a letter promising legal action if the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services follows through on its mandate that religious employers who provide insurance for their employees cover contraceptives, sterilization and other like services – regardless of whether or not it compromises their religious tenants.  The Attorneys General called the mandate an impermissible violation of the Constitution’s First Amendment virtually unparalleled in American history.”

You can read the letter right below:

 

South Carolina, Nebraska and Texas Attorneys General Letter to Kathleen Sebilius

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