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Discrimination? Corporate loopholes? Hobby Lobby’s slippery slope

This term, the Supreme Court will rule on whether the religious beliefs of the owners of Hobby Lobby Stores, a for-profit, secular corporation, can be used as justification to deny the company’s employees the contraceptive health coverage they are entitled to under the Affordable Care Act.
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Mar 26, 2014, 1:08 pm
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So the solution to Hobby Lobby telling its employees how to live is to tell Hobby Lobby how to live? Do you have any idea how hypocritical that sounds?

I know lots of people hate this, but it really is the solution: market forces. Hobby Lobby’s employees must not need birth control or else they would go work somewhere else. If you’re not a shareholder in Hobby Lobby, an employee there, or a customer there, then get over yourself. No one is forcing you to shop there.

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