Hobby Lobby Decision Begins To Contort Under Its Own Logic


Religious groups can object to a regulation, but can they also determine whether it presents an undue burden on them?

Source: www.forbes.com

If anything shows the growing incompetence of the Roberts’ court, it must be the overly broad language and too predictable consequences of the Hobby Lobby decision with Alito writing for the majority. I suspect Kagan, Ginsburg, and Sotomayor will be breaking with a lot of precedent in the near future when given the opportunity to lay out further objections and possible corrections to any orders resting on the authority of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby.

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