Can a corporation claim to have religious beliefs and, if so, does it violate those beliefs to force the business to include contraceptive coverage in the health insurance it provides its employees? The U.S. Supreme Court has just granted review in two cases on the issue: Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius and Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores. The cases present fascinating legal questions, but the answer should be clear: Requiring insurance coverage to pay for contraceptives does not violate the law.
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