The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision extending religious rights to companies that don’t offer insurance coverage for contraception is limited insofar as it only applies to closely held businesses.
However, that limitation is deceiving since many large employers, such a Hobby Lobby, qualify as closely held based upon their ownership structure.
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