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On Tuesday the Supreme Court heard arguments for Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. The case addresses whether a business can be forced by the Affordable Care Act to provide its employees with contraceptive coverage when it is against the owner’s religion. The central question then, is this: do businesses have freedom of religion? Given that corporations are, in fact, ... Read More
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