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Two court cases seeking to shape the place of religion in U.S. society are under review by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based in Cincinnati.
The Trump administration is moving to reverse the Affordable Care Act's requirement that most employers provide free coverage of birth control to their employees.
On April 24, the Justice Department asked the court for 60 more days to essentially pause the Affordable Care Act ruling in favor of East Texas Baptist University and several other religious groups.
When the U.S. Supreme Court looked at the issue of pension benefits for employees at religious hospitals March 27, the justices seemed uncertain how they would decide this case.