Domino's Founder Sues Over Contraceptive Mandate
Domino's Pizza founder and Roman Catholic activist Tom Monaghan filed a lawsuit in federal court last week, suing the government over its contraceptive mandate.
Monaghan does not currently own Domino's -- he sold the company back in 1998 -- but the 75-year-old is bringing attention to the fact that employers who refuse to offer insurance with contraception coverage for their employees can now face fines.
Monaghan founded the Ann Arbor-based pizza chain in 1960 and is the former owner of the Detroit Tigers baseball team. His biography, Living the Faith: A Life of Tom Monaghan was published by the University of Michigan Press.
He has been a public supporter of groups such as Operation Rescue, Right to Life, and the Committee to End State-Funded Abortion in Michigan, for years.
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