The Supreme Court's decision last week that some for-profit corporations don't have to comply with the contraceptive coverage mandate under the Affordable Care Act may have raised more questions than it answered. Expect confusion -- and arguments -- as lower court judges and the Supreme Court itself apply the decision to other cases.
This became apparent soon after the Hobby Lobby ruling when the court granted a temporary injunction to Wheaton College, a Christian school in Illinois. The college argued in a lawsuit that the special provisions provided by the Obama administration allowing it to escape the mandate are still insuff...
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