Tyndale House Publishers has filed a federal lawsuit against the Obama administration after the company was deemed "insufficiently religious" to qualify for an exemption to the nation's health care overhaul law, which requires employers to provide abortion pill coverage.
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Filed yesterday in the District of Columbia, the suit claims the Carol Stream, Ill.-based company has been refused a "religious employer" exemption because the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) maintains that any for-profit publisher is categorically non-religious.
Tyndale, though, is strictly a publisher of Bibles and other Christian materials and is owned by the nonprofit Tyndale House Foundation, which provides grants to help meet physical and spiritual needs around the world.
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SOURCE: Christian Retailing