The U.S. Supreme Court gave a Virginia university founded by Jerry Falwell a new chance to argue in a lower court that President Barack Obama’s health care law doesn’t give religious objectors a broad enough exemption.
The justices Monday told a federal appeals court to revisit one aspect of Liberty University’s challenge to the health care law and its requirement that people get insurance or pay a penalty.
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