Justices Seem Split in Case on Birth Control Mandate

Adam Liptak of The New York Times reports, “The Supreme Court on Wednesday weighed moral theology and parsed insurance terminology in an unusual argument that seemed to leave the justices sharply divided over what the government may do to provide free insurance coverage for contraception to female workers. A 4-4 tie appeared to be a real possibility.” The case, Zubik v. Burwell, Liptak writes, “is the court’s fourth encounter with President Obama’s health care law.”

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