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Hour B, Segment 3
Legal defense groups fight California law that prohibits reparative therapy for minors who have same-sex attraction
Tyndale House Publishers files lawsuit against HHS contraceptive mandate
Jill Nelson is a WORLD News Group reporter based in Southern California.
On Sept. 30, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a bill outlawing reparative therapy for minors struggling with same sex attraction, even if such therapy is wanted by the minor or his/her parents.
Steve Coleman is the religion editor for the Associated Press. For more information on the lawsuit filed by Bible publisher Tyndale House Publishers challenging Obamacare's HHS contraceptive mandate, read "The 31st lawsuit" by Emily Belz.
Also, read "Obama admin. appeals abortion mandate case," published by Baptist Press.
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