Opinion: After Hobby Lobby—A single-payer healthcare solution?
Now that the initial shouting and—at times—vitriol from both sides has subsided after Monday's Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, it's time to take a sober look at what the ruling says about the future of health care reform in the United States. The majority's ruling was an imperfect solution to a complicated case involving the reach of religious liberty to exempt organizations from providing certain medical benefits that they find morally objectionable to their employees. The fact that these medical benefits were almost exclusively offered to women makes this decision all the more difficult to accept for some.
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