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What the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby Decision Means for LGBT People
The Legacy of the Hobby Lobby Case: Protecting Anti-Gay Discrimination? – Mother Jones
In addition, … the issuance of an injunction in this case will presumably entitle hundreds or thousands of other objectors to the same remedy. The ruling does not apply to public companies with thousands of shareholders like General Motors and Microsoft. Verilli returned to Lee, saying that granting an exemption to an employer should not impose the employer's religious faith on the employees. We are thankful the Supreme Court agreed that the government went too far by mandating that family businesses owners must violate their consciences under threat of crippling fines. What makes him think the nation is longing for Sestak ? Dems said no to Joe in
Hobby Lobby’s antigay lawyer is about to be rewarded with a lifetime appointment as a federal judge
Even better, they walk onto a stage so an audience of people can watch them argue about the future of religious freedom in America. Basic health care needs of half the adult population must not be deemed exceptional, subjected to separate rules, and made uncertain. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Can rec centers be business incubators? In other words, the Constitution does not demand that government craft laws that allow exceptions whenever requested by the diverse belief systems of our pluralistic society; as long as government does not target believers, everyone should conduct business under the same rules.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said, "Congress needs to take action to solve this problem that's been created and the administration stands ready to work with them to do so. They are just as important, and should not be trampled upon. The Court agreed that the government violated the Religious Freedom Restoration Act by presenting the Greens with an unfair choice: violate their religious beliefs by paying for drugs and devices that could terminate life, or pay huge fines.