Federal Judge Blocks Obama’s Anti-Faith, Pro-Abortion & Transgender Rules

According to Obama’s department of Health and Human Services (HHS) a doctor who does not want to do gender change surgery for a child (or an insurance company who doesn’t want to cover it) is being discriminatory. Same thing with performing and covering abortions. They even created a rule covering their opinion which was due to be enforced beginning in the new year.

But while the rest of us were preparing for New Year’s Eve celebrations on Saturday, US District Court Judge Reed O’Connor was issuing a nationwide injunction stopping the enforcement of Obama’s HHS new rules that were added to the sex nondiscrimination requirement found in Obamacare.

The original Obamacare law has text designed to prevent insurers from charging customers more or denying coverage based on age, race, national origin, disability or sex. HHS recently added a regulation that was supposed to take affect on Jan.1. The regulation advised that sex discrimination includes “discriminating on the basis of ‘gender identity’ and ‘termination of pregnancy.’”

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Texas, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Kentucky, Kansas, Louisiana, Arizona, and Mississippi joined an association of almost 18,000 doctors, and a Catholic hospital system represented by the Becket fund to file the lawsuit.

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The plaintiff’s claim was that the federal government was redefining the term “sex” to “thwart decades of settled precedent” and impose “massive new obligations” on health care providers. Additionally in the gender re-assignment part of the rule it took the opinion of what’s the best care for the patient out of the doctor’s hands. In the case of children re-assignment may be bad for the pati…

Read the rest of the post at Jeff Dunetz’s blog The Lid

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