Youth to Rally at Anaheim Hills Hobby Lobby as Supreme Court Announces Decision Monday Morning
ANAHEIM HILLS, Calif., June 29, 2014 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Scores of pro-life youth will gather at Hobby Lobby to celebrate religious freedom as the Supreme Court announces the HHS Mandate decision on Monday morning.
The Supreme Court will issue their decision regarding the constitutionality of the Obama Administration forcing Hobby Lobby to pay for abortion-inducing drugs under the Obamacare HHS Mandate. This is the most important religious freedom and First Amendment case to be decided by the Supreme Court in decades.
The decision will be released on Monday, June 30, at 7:00 AM PST. Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, a pro-life youth activist organization, will hold a rally and vigil in front of the Hobby Lobby store at 8100 E Santa Ana Canyon Road in Anaheim Hills, Calif., 92808.
The group will be welcoming Hobby Lobby employees as they arrive to work and celebrating the victory if Hobby Lobby wins the case. If Hobby Lobby loses the case, Survivors will stand in solidarity with them against Obamacare's affront on religious freedom.
"As we gather at Hobby Lobby today, we celebrate religious freedom, the First Amendment, and the rights of Americans to do business according to their consciences, free from government interference or harassment," says Kristina Garza from Survivors.
Rev. Patrick Mahoney, a National Advisor for Survivors and Director of the Christian Defense Coalition based in Washington, D.C., says, "We applaud Hobby Lobby in their courageous stand against this unjust HHS mandate and the Obama Administration's complete disregard for the First Amendment and religious freedom. Hopefully, the Supreme Court will decide in favor of Hobby Lobby and religious freedom but if not we encourage every business and individual never to comply with any government mandate that crushes our religious rights and freedoms."
For more information, contact: Kristina Garza, Director of Campus Outreach, Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, 951-750-1114 or [email protected]