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'High Stakes' Involved in Supreme Court's Pending Hobby Lobby Decision, Says Lawyer

June 19, 2014

An attorney involved in a Supreme Court case that will determine to what extent privately owned businesses can opt-out of providing certain types of birth control for religious reasons believes there are "'high stakes" involved in the outcome.

 



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