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July 8, 2014 2:09 PM

Robert Reich: Supreme Court deepens imbalance with Hobby Lobby ruling

The deeper problem is the Supreme Court’s obliviousness to the growing imbalance of economic power between corporations and real people. By giving companies the right to not offer employees contraceptive services otherwise mandated by law, the court ignored the rights of employees to receive those services.

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