Jan 2, 2014
High court likely to take up birth-control mandate
The U.S. Supreme Court will likely take up the issue of whether religiously-affiliated nonprofits must pay for employees' birth-control under the federal health care overhaul in light of recent conflicting federal rulings, legal experts say.
The Indianapolis Star
Indiana reflects contraception mandate disparity
Nonprofit organizations with religious affiliations across the country were required to begin providing contraceptive services to employees Wednesday under the Affordable Care Act.
Judge rules for Grace in fight against health-care mandate
A second religious organization in northeast Indiana has won a reprieve from having to provide contraceptives to its employees and students as stipulated by the federal health care law.
For 1st time, a graduate named Grace president
Grace College and Seminary will inaugurate William J. Katip, its sixth president, Friday at the Manahan Orthopedic Capital Center, 610 Wooster Road, Winona Lake.