So, as we all know, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Olkahoma based Hobby Lobby in a case involving the affordable care act. The family owned company sued the government saying that being forced to pay for certain birth control violated their religious freedom. Before I get to the imbroglio, I wanted to share my own views on this, limited as they might be. When this suit first went to trial I thought it made sense that Hobby Lobby not be able to drop health care when it violates religious beliefs. It’s not for any ideological issues, just that … Continue reading Musings on the Hobby Lobby Affair
I don’t have kids. But if I had a daughter and she was say around 12, would I want her to be able buy Plan B without my say-so or even knowledge? The Obama Administration has decided to offer Plan B, the emergency contraceptive, to women over the age of 15 without a perscription. All those under 15 have to get a percription. That goes against a judge who ordered that the drug be made available to all women without a script. Of course, most women’s groups tend to favor the judge’s ruling. It’s about the women’s health, the say. … Continue reading Is There a Plan B for Plan B?