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Obamacare / Supreme Court / Birth Control #1085879

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 01, 2014
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) Report introduced.

(Honolulu: Chip Reid) Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s order that temporarily exempts some church-affiliated organizations from the contraceptive mandate in the new health care law examined; details given about the petition from The Little Sisters of the Poor order of Roman Catholic nuns. [Becket Fund for Religious Liberty Daniel BLOMBERG††- comments on the nuns’ case.] [National Women's Law Center Marcia GREENBERGER††- wonders if we are talking about an employer’s religious freedom or an individual woman’s own religious freedom.] The lawsuits from numerous religious organizations and private companies discussed.

DuBois, Maurice;
Reid, Chip

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