Eighth Circuit Halts HHS Rule Forcing Providers to Conduct Trans Surgeries over Religious Objections

A coalition of Catholic hospitals, along with other organizations connected to the Roman Catholic faith, sued the administration on grounds that the mandate would force them to violate their religious beliefs. A three judge panel of the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a district court decision in Sisters of Mercy v. Becerra that the federal transgender surgery mandate’s “intrusion upon the Catholic Plaintiffs’ exercise of religion is sufficient to show irreparable harm.”

Big win for religious freedom and common sense.

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