Is Giving Employees Contraception Like Abetting a Crime?

Sarah Posner and Michael Brendan Dougherty debate the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate.
 

The Supreme Court will soon hear oral arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, which challenges the Affordable Care Act's mandate that employers provide contraception coverage. In the video above, Sarah Posner of Religion Dispatches and Michael Brendan Dougherty of The Week debate the mandate and its implications for religious liberty, while also finding a few points of agreement. The full debate is on Bloggingheads.tv.

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