Hobby Lobby appeal tests limits of federal birth-control coverage mandate

  • Article by: KRISTEN WYATT , Associated Press
  • Updated: May 23, 2013 - 6:19 PM
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avejoeconMay. 23, 13 1:39 PM

"We're talking about women's access to reproductive health. That should be a decision between a patient and her health care provider, not a patient and her employer," Polan said this week. -------------NOT one person is stopping anyone from using birth control. They just don't want to have to pay for someone else's choice. If she wants to use it, go ahead, but pay for it herself!

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tjb1964May. 23, 13 2:06 PM

All I can say is...omg. Politics and peoples tantrums over things like this are getting really old. next they will be saying: "oh no Im not paying for chemo its again my beliefs...etc...when do these things end??common sense is not common anymore. Women have the right to do what they want. We men dont carry babies and have no right to tell a woman what to do...period.

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gcrileyMay. 24, 1312:04 PM

avejoecon May. 23, 13 1:39 PM "We're talking about women's access to reproductive health. That should be a decision between a patient and her health care provider, not a patient and her employer," Polan said this week. -------------NOT one person is stopping anyone from using birth control. They just don't want to have to pay for someone else's choice. If she wants to use it, go ahead, but pay for it herself! --- Unless the company pays 100% of the premium (highly unlikley) they are paying for it themselves.

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