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Friday, November 29, 2013

New Yorker Piece on the Stakes in the Contraception Mandate Litigation

The New Yorker: The Stakes in the Hobby Lobby Birth-Control Case, by Amy Davidson:

Is the case of Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, which the Supreme Court agreed to hear this week, about health-care mandates or about religion? Hobby Lobby’s owners, who are Christian—they buy ads in newspapers on Easter recommending that people get to know Jesus Christ—feel that their right to worship freely is being denied by the Affordable Care Act. Hobby Lobby is a privately held for-profit company, with five hundred stores selling arts-and-crafts supplies and thirteen thousand full-time employees, not all of them Christians. . . .

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/reproductive_rights/2013/11/new-yorker-piece-on-the-stakes-in-the-contraception-mandate-litigation.html

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