The Implication of Burwell v Hobby Lobby: Three Perspectives
In Burwell v Hobby Lobby, the United States Supreme Court recognized the right of for-profit, closely held corporations to claim a religious exemption to the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive mandate under the religious Freedom Restoration Act. Our three panelists will unpack the ruling and discuss the implication of this case from the constitutional (Professor Eric Segall), corporate (Professor Anne Tucker) and health law perspectives.
Institutional Repository Citation
Fuse Brown, Erin J.D., M.P.H.; Tucker, Anne J.D.; and Segall, Eric J. J.D., "The Implication of Burwell v Hobby Lobby: Three Perspectives" (2014). Center for Law, Health and Society Events. 33.
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