Healthcare reform will get another court hearing after theSupreme Court yesterday gave a green light to a lawsuit filed by aChristian college that argues the law forces employers to subsidizecontraception and abortions, Reuters reports. Liberty Universityfiled its lawsuit against healthcare reform on the day PresidentObama signed it into law in 2010.

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The university says requiring employers to subsidizecontraception and abortions runs counter to freedom of religion. Itmay also argue that Congress exceeded its powers by passing a lawthat requires companies of a certain size to provide healthcarecoverage to employees

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In June, the Supreme Court upheld most of the provisions ofhealthcare reform.

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