|Protest as a result of last year's Court decision.|
As you probably recall, as a result of the Hobby Lobby decision, religious organizations must provide proof of their religious beliefs in a letter or by filling out a form. However, some religious groups are arguing that even the requirement to fill out that form is a violation of their religious rights, because they are still implicitly allowing employees to receive birth control through a third party.
The Court has requested a combined brief from the lawyers of all seven cases. This case is likely to be heard around March of next year and decided by June. Do you think that these new cases present a valid argument? Do you think that the Court will decide this case similarly to Hobby Lobby from just last year?
Washington Post, NY Times, Huffington Post