Too bad Colorado Christian University can’t just be exempted from Obamacare. You know, like the members of congress who passed the law.

Andrew Evans of the Washington Free Beacon reports.

Christian College Re-Files Lawsuit Challenging Obamacare Contraception Mandate

A Christian college in Colorado reopened its lawsuit on Wednesday against the Department of Health and Human Services challenging the Obamacare mandate requiring them to provide employees access to contraceptives.

Colorado Christian University (CCU) filed its suit in a federal district court in Colorado, announced the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, which is representing the school. This makes it the first nonprofit organization to reopen its suit against the federal government after courts dismissed a similar suit late last year.

The courts dismissed the previous suit because the federal government had pledged to create an accommodation.

The suit presents yet another controversy around President Barack Obama’s signature domestic legislation. The mandate that employers provide insurance to their employees was previously delayed, and questions surround subsidies intended for those who enter government-run health care exchanges.

Some groups, primarily Catholic ones, objected to covering all forms of contraceptives, while CCU and others only objected to covering certain drugs they considered abortion-inducing.

Obama initially announced the contraception mandate at the beginning of 2012, setting off a firestorm of controversy over the administration’s perceived indifference to religious groups’ concerns. CCU, along with over 200 other plaintiffs, sued the federal government over the mandate.