Hobby Lobby decides its religious principles are worth $1.3M a day12/29/2012
Hobby Lobby must be banking on a big spike in the sales of needlepoint kits to its anti-birth control clientele. Although the crafts chain saw its religious challenge to Obamacare's mandate to provide birth control to employees with no co-pay tossed out by the Supreme Court, the business and sister company Mardel say they will refuse to comply. That could result in fines of up to $1.3 million a day, but general counsel Kyle Duncan insisted that, "They're not going to offer coverage for abortion-inducing drugs." Even if science has shown the morning-after pill doesn't induce abortions, and even if the fines cost more than coverage would. [Source]
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