The court followed the lead of an injunction granted to Frank O’Brien, a St. Louis business owner, late last month. That injunction has been overturned, three weeks later.http://www.lifenews.com/2012/12/20/appeals-court-obama-admin-can-force-hobby-lobby-to-obey-hhs-mandate/“Plaintiffs have not cited, and the court has not found, any case concluding that secular, for-profit corporations such as Hobby Lobby and Mardel have a constitutional right to the free exercise of religion,” the ruling said.The health care law includes an exemption, but it's not a one-size-fits-all clause, and for those that qualify, it poses some hard choices. These plaintiffs want more, but they're unlikely to get it.
And, one week later, done.http://firstread.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/12/26/16171443-supreme-court-declines-to-block-provision-covering-contraceptives-in-health-care-lawThe whining will, of course, continue.
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