Kaplan Hecker & Fink Files Amicus Brief in Pennsylvania v. Trump

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Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP
Published on:
April 8, 2020
Mike Sherman / Associated Press

On behalf of a group of prominent church-state scholars, we filed an amicus brief at the Supreme Court in Pennsylvania v. Trump. In the brief, we explain that the Trump administration’s rule granting widespread exemptions from the Affordable Care Act’s requirement of contraceptive coverage is not only overly broad, but is in fact unconstitutional under the Establishment Clause. 

KHF attorneys Joshua Matz, David Shieh, Matthew Craig, and Talia Nissimyan contributed to the brief.

Read the full brief here.

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