To date, there have been 91 cases with rulings concerning Obamacare’s abortion pill mandate. 47 involve family- or religious- run businesses, 42 involve non-profit religious organizations, and 2 involve non-religious non-profit pro-life organizations and their employees.
Overall, the score is 81-3 in favor of religious freedom with 6 of 7 cases still awaiting a decision on remand after the Supreme Court's ruling in Zubik v. Burwell. This score includes 81 injunction decisions against the abortion-pill mandate. Within these cases:
- The score in favor of families doing business is 46-1. The U.S. Supreme Court vindicated religious freedom in the ADF case Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Burwell.
- The score in favor of non-profit religious entities is 34-1, with 6 of 7 cases awaiting decision on remand after Zubik. In Zubik, the U.S. Supreme Court also vacated anti-religious-liberty opinions from the lower courts in ADF's cases Geneva College v. Azar and Southern Nazarene University v. Azar.
- The score in favor of non-profit non-religious pro-life entities is 1-1.
In decisions handled by Alliance Defending Freedom or its allied attorneys, religious freedom and pro-life conscience are winning by a score of 23-1.