Over at Religion & Politics, Tracy Fessenden looks at the forthcoming possible outcomes of the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby case, which challenges part of the HHS contraception mandate. This is a fine summation of the different points of view and I suspect Fessenden is right, that the Roberts' Court will look for a "save" on the most limited grounds possible, instead of seeking an over-arching opinion on religious liberty cases.
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