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July 10, 2014 3:28 PM

Dave Helling: Hobby Lobby case shows Supreme Court justices, like umpires, can miss calls

You may think the Hobby Lobby contraception decision is a fastball at the belt — or a knuckleball over the backstop. From the cheap seats, though, it’s hard to understand how the court’s Hobby Lobby call can be consistently applied in other cases to come.

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