Oklahoma-based retailer Hobby Lobby reiterates its objection on contraception issue
Hobby Lobby and its owners reiterated Wednesday that the company’s objection to providing insurance coverage for some forms of birth control is based on its religious beliefs.
Hobby Lobby and its owners on Wednesday rejected the government’s claim that it is a secular organization, and therefore must offer employees insurance coverage that pays for contraception the owners call “abortion-causing drugs and devices.”
David Green, founder of the Oklahoma City-based retailer, his family and the company sued in Oklahoma City federal court in September to block the federal government from requiring the company...
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