“The vast majority of Americans believe that birth control should be open and available , legal and accessible – even among religious groups. A huge percentage of Catholics support this today.” – Ellis Henican
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in what’s come to be known as the Hobby Lobby case.
The Affordable Care Act says employers who provide health insurance have to include coverage for contraception. But the retail chain Hobby Lobby said “No”, birth control is against their religious principles.
Do employer’s religious beliefs trump an employee’s right to choose?
This is one of those cases that affects real people’ lives.
Ellis Henican joined Betty Nguyen on MSNBC’s “First Look” to discuss this important case and how SCOTUS might decide.