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Hillary Clinton called the Hobby Lobby decision “deeply disturbing.”
The White House reacted like the world had just ended.
Harry Reid promised that Democrats in Congress would “fight to preserve women’s access to contraceptive coverage and keep bosses out of the examination room.”
All this liberal hysteria followed the Supreme Court’s ruling on Monday that for-profit employers who have religious objections cannot be forced to provide their employees with contraception coverage under the rules of ObamaCare.
The challenge to what’s left of ObamaCare in the Hobby Lobby case was brought to the Supreme Court by Hobby Lobby ...


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