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Hobby Lobby’s retirement plan invests in contraception companies

TweetYup, that Hobby Lobby. The company that’s taken their “deeply held” religious objection to contraception all the way to the Supreme Court. The company that thinks allowing their employees to get coverage for certain types of birth control through their insurance plans–plans, mind you, that the employees pay the premium on–amounts to subsidizing immorality. The company [...]
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The Wednesday Weigh-In: What’s your favorite right-wing argument against birth control coverage?

TweetDoes your boss have the right to dictate what kind of medical treatment you get? That’s the big question the Supreme Court is considering next week, when it takes up two of the lawsuits brought by private companies against Obamacare’s contraception mandate. (Religious institutions, you’ll remember, already have an exemption.) Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood [...]
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Breaking: Supreme Court will decide if companies can deny their workers contraception coverage because #WWJD?

TweetThe Supreme Court announced it will rule on two cases asking that companies be allowed to deny workers insurance coverage for contraception if it violates the corporation owners’ beliefs. Let’s hope the court prioritizes not violating reproductive rights. Tweet
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Breaking: Supreme Court won’t rule on abortion case

Tweet The Supreme Court’s decision to dismiss an abortion case is good in the short term, but don’t pop out the champaign yet.  Tweet
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