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Lancaster County Company on Forefront of Religious Challenge to Obamacare Law

Norman Hahn and his sons, who own a Lancaster County cabinetry company, are Mennonite Christians who believe it would be a sin to pay for certain contraception services.


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Supreme Court’s Obamacare Decision Was On The Money, Says Penn Law Professor

“It may well be that as the chief justice, John Roberts cared a little more about the court’s institutional posture and just was not willing to take what would have been an extraordinarily activist step,” says Ted Ruger.


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Experts Talk About Local Impact Of Obama’s Health Care Law

The US Supreme Court could rule as early as today on whether all or part of President Obama’s healthcare law passes constitutional muster.