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Hobby Lobby Recrafts the Definition of Abortion

Thursday, July 31, 2014

A Supreme Court footnote acknowledges the difference between the victorious plaintiffs and the Food and Drug Administration on what constitutes abortion. Will other birth controls interfere with closely-held corporations' religious beliefs too?

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