Hobby Lobby supporters reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday in Washington, D.C. The high court ruled in a 5-4 decision in favor of Hobby Lobby saying that some private companies can be exempted, on religious grounds, from health care reform’s requirement that employer sponsored health insurance policies cover contraception.
Hobby Lobby supporters reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday in Washington, D.C. The high court ruled in a 5-4 decision in favor of Hobby Lobby saying that some private companies can be exempted, on religious grounds, from health care reform’s requirement that employer sponsored health insurance policies cover contraception. Olivier Douliery MCT
Hobby Lobby supporters reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday in Washington, D.C. The high court ruled in a 5-4 decision in favor of Hobby Lobby saying that some private companies can be exempted, on religious grounds, from health care reform’s requirement that employer sponsored health insurance policies cover contraception. Olivier Douliery MCT

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