Local car dealer challenging Affordable Care Act with lawsuit

Please pray for this godly business owner.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City car dealer doesn’t agree with portions of the Affordable Care Act – so he filed suit. A federal judge granted the injunction, now the Supreme Court will make the final decision.

Randy Reed employs nearly 200 people and has several insurance plans, but under the ACA he would have to provide services that go against his religious beliefs.

“Our whole family, we all felt unanimously, we had to do something to take a stand on this,” explained Reed.

The stand is against the part of the insurance plan that would make the ‘morning after’ pill available to his employees.

“For my wife and I, we’re pro-life, we feel strongly that way, I feel it would be wrong for us to pay for somebody to terminate a pregnancy.” said Reed.

Reed said he called his insurance company and asked for that portion of…

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