Politics & Government
12:18 pm
Tue July 1, 2014

Cooley Law professor breaks down Hobby Lobby ruling

Schindler says the ruling may have some unanticipated consequences in the future.
Credit Flickr - American Life League

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled yesterday that the craft company Hobby Lobby can be exempted from paying for certain types of employee birth control.

There has been a wealth of commentary on the ruling, and for our own analysis here on Current State, we bring in Devin Schindler. He is a professor at Cooley Law School who teaches about constitutional law and health care regulation.

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