Hobby Lobby Wins Case Against ObamaCare Contraceptives

WASHINGTON – In what could be another blow to President Obama’s Affordable Health Care Act, the U.S. High Court on Monday ruled in favor of two companies that refused to pay for the contraceptives of their employees on religious grounds.

Crafts store chain Hobby Lobby and cabinet maker Conestoga Wood Specialties challenged a provision of the Health Care Act, or ObamaCare, that requires companies to give their employees health insurance that covers birth control.

Both companies, which are owned by evangelical Christians, said they run their businesses in keeping with biblical principles.

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