Sotomayor denies Hobby Lobby to be abortifacient-free, company vows to defy…

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An attorney for Hobby Lobby Stores said Thursday that the arts and crafts chain plans to defy a federal diktat requiring it to offer employees health coverage that includes access to the so-called “morning-after pill”, despite risking potential fines of up to $1.3 million per day.

Hobby Lobby and religious book-seller Mardel, which are owned by the same conservative Christian family, are suing to block part of the Obamacare federal health care law that requires employee health-care plans to provide insurance coverage for the so-called morning-after pill and similar so-called “emergency contraception pills”, which are nothing more than high dose steroidal abortifacients.

But some Catholic employers say they should be able to opt out of the mandate simply because it violates their personal faith, no matter what type of business they run. The Regime and SCOTUS seem to think otherwise, defiantly thinking themselves the final arbiters of who or what is religious or a religion.
Sotomayor heard the petition by herself, a common practice by SCOTUS. Sotomayor said Hobby Lobby can proceed with their appeals. She refused to grant an emergency injunction for the moment. Sotomayor claims citizenship residency in NYC and thus, as a self-styled “Catholic” would fall under the religious authority of Cardinal Dolan of NYC.
Dolan has yet to make any public comments or pronouncements on the hostility of Sotomayor to the Faith and in assisting the Regime with its war on the Catholic Church.
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