Judge: Hobby Lobby Must Offer the Morning After Pill

20 Nov


A judge has decreed that Hobby Lobby must provide the morning after pill as a part of its employee insurance plan. In this article provided by abcnews.go,com it is stated that Hobby Lobby is not a religious organization, so it must provide the morning after pill to it’s employees. The owners are religious and are fighting the new health care law. Where do you think the line should be drawn? Should employers have the right to pick and choose what insurance should be covered?

One Response to “Judge: Hobby Lobby Must Offer the Morning After Pill”

  1. cassiedebolt November 28, 2012 at 9:18 pm #

    I understand they are a legitimate religious company but I feel like allowing any company to not cover something opens the doors for a lot more. What if a Jehovah’s Witness runs a business and one of their employees need a blood transfusion? Will they have to pay for it even though it goes against their religious beliefs?

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