• Hobby Lobby decision correct
    July 19,2014
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    In response to Friday’s letter “Reversing decision on Hobby Lobby”: Hobby Lobby voluntarily pays for more than a dozen forms of birth control for its employees, but objects to a very narrow category which are more accurately characterized as abortifacients. These are methods which act after the egg and sperm have united; they end life that has already begun. The Supreme Court decided rightly.

    As to your “Not My Boss’s Business Act”: If birth control is not your boss’s business, why must your boss be forced to pay for it?

    SETH M. HOPKINS

    Brandon
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