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District 4 Coalition for Change July 10, 2014 at 05:17 PM
Myth: The Hobby Lobby decision is a narrow ruling that only affects a couple of types of birthRead Morecont rol. Fact : The Supreme Court let stand several rulings allowing for-profit companies to deny coverage of ANY type of contraception - not just the specific types that Hobby Lobby opposed. FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND FREEDOM FROM RELIGION http://vimeo.com/99036119
tom July 11, 2014 at 09:15 AM
"Holding: As applied to closely held corporations, the regulations promulgated by theRead MoreDepartmen t of Health and Human Services requiring employers to provide their female employees with no-cost access to contraception violate the Religious Freedom Restoration Act." So, in a nut shell......The SCOTUS said that HL can choose to not provide FREE access to certain types of birth control. They never said that any woman in their employ could not use them...... The key word here is FREE!!!! The are not denying them the right to choose any birth control method, they are just saying HL should not be forced to pay for them. Women that work for HL are free to choose any birth control method they want. But gosh, gee, they might have to pay for their own birth control....Grow up, and grasp the reality that in some cases you just have to pay your own way. As I stated before, back in the 80's birth control was not covered at all. So guess what, we didn't throw a fit, we didn't march on Washington, we didn't reduce ourselves to name calling and false accusations (see guess who's answer)...we bought them from the pharmacy..... NEXT!
District 4 Coalition for Change July 11, 2014 at 09:21 AM
Myth: The Hobby Lobby decision is a narrow ruling that only affects a couple of types of birthRead Morecont rol. Fact : The Supreme Court let stand several rulings allowing for-profit companies to deny coverage of ANY type of contraception - not just the specific types that Hobby Lobby opposed. FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND FREEDOM FROM RELIGION Watch Video http://vimeo.com/99036119 Viagra, Penis Pumps and Vasectomies are all covered by insurance and are not under attack. The double standards are glaring.
Eddie July 06, 2014 at 09:48 AM
Amazing how stupid people and I mean really stupid can be so uninformed about a topic or issue andRead Moret hen have the unmitigated gall to blog about it. Stop spreading mis-information and smarten up. Excellent rebuke Barbara. I salute Hobby Lobby and I am shopping there after Mass today.
Lucretia B July 11, 2014 at 09:27 AM
I am literally flabbergasted that Hobby Lobby is offering so many things. What are they doingRead Moreoffer ing anything? Theirs is a business and not a doctor's office. Let them see a real doctor if they need an abortion pill.
District 4 Coalition for Change July 11, 2014 at 09:33 AM
Myth: The Hobby Lobby decision is a narrow ruling that only affects a couple of types of birthRead Morecont rol. Fact : The Supreme Court let stand several rulings allowing for-profit companies to deny coverage of ANY type of contraception - not just the specific types that Hobby Lobby opposed. Myth: The ruling is limited to "closely held" corporations, which affects only a small number of employees. Fact: The Supreme Court ruling could apply to companies that employ more than half of the U.S. workforce. FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND FREEDOM FROM RELIGION Watch Video http://vimeo.com/99036119
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