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In Hobby Lobby Case, Federal Court Weighs Whether Secular Employers Can Exercise Religious Rights

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National retail craft chain Hobby Lobby wants a federal court to rule that secular businesses have First Amendment religious rights.

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The Right’s Position on the Birth Control Benefit is Unconstitutional. Is it Anti-Catholic, Too?

It seems outlandish to claim that the Catholic bishops’ own crusade against contraception is anti-Catholic. Still, arguments that this position is anti-Catholic seem not only well-founded but reasonable, whereas the Catholic bishops’ incessant interfering in American women’s lady-business is spectacularly unreasonable.

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DOJ Makes The Case For Dismissing Hobby Lobby Suit Against Birth Control Benefit

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Can a for-profit secular corporation exercise religious rights? Hobby Lobby thinks so.

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The Role of Providers in Ensuring Complete Contraceptive Access, For All Women

For countless women in non-supportive and/or abusive relationships, no-copay birth control may not be enough.

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A Thin Veil of Morality and Freedom Obstructing Women’s Health

In 2004, I organized many fellow young people to attend the March for Women’s Lives that brought over 1,000,000 men and women to DC demanding that the Bush administration stop their attacks on women’s health. Clearly this fight is far from over.

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