Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Reading Up on Hobby Lobby v. Women

The U.S. Supreme Court hears argument in the contraceptive mandate cases today.  Lots of good reading on the case and its far-reaching implications.

From WaPo, Here's What You Need to Know about the Hobby Lobby Case

From NYT, Ruling Could Have Reach Beyond Issue of Contraception

From Slate, Who's the Boss? Why are our Employers Making our Health Insurance Choices in the First Place?

From Hamilton & Griffin's Blog

Lots of good questions being asked out there.  Why is religion always in opposition to women's rights?  Why does gender discrimination seem more palatable than race -- What if employers refused health insurance coverage for black employees?  And how did we get to this place of inserting our employers into our private health decisions?

 

 

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