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Religion run amok? Hobby Lobby's case comes to the Supreme Court
Religion run amok? Hobby Lobby's case comes to the Supreme Court

On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court is slated to hear 90 minutes of oral arguments in a case that will determine whether bosses who have religious objections to birth control can deny their female employees the contraceptive coverage to which they are entitled under federal law. We’re not talking about bosses who are nuns. Or bosses who run parochial schools, or Catholic-affiliated hospitals, or other explicitly religious organizations. We’re talking about bosses who own secular, for-profit businesses -- crafts stores, in the case of Hobby Lobby, and kitchen cabinet makers, in the case of Conestoga Woods. If the Supreme Court agrees with these bosses, good luck to anyone who...

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