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  •  They don't need to administer it unless they (7+ / 0-)

    choose to be self-insured. If they aren't self-insured, they just simply buy the policies and leave it to the insurer.

    What's really the difference between buying a policy that includes this coverage, or giving them a paycheck which they may choose to spend on contraceptives, or many other things that the HL owners might disapprove of - pornography, houses of prostitution, alcohol, sex toys, donating to progressive causes. Would the next logical step if they win this  case be to require the employees not spend their money on any form of contraceptives or abortions?

    There is a solution, although not a short term one. Hobby Lobby could lobby for a single payer plan to take health care off the back of businesses. I don't think there is much chance of that ever happening though. I'm not referring to the achieving a single payer play, but a very conservative corporation like HL pushing for it.

    Just another underemployed IT professional computer geek.

    by RhodeIslandAspie on Wed Nov 27, 2013 at 12:12:55 PM PST

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