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Hobby Lobby Case Could Deliver Women a Bitter Pill

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The government's right to require employers to cover women's birth control faces a High Court decision on the competing demand by a corporation to assert religious principles. Many expect the court decision to split along party lines.

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