Obamacare Confronts Sex, Religion and Free Speech

Every few years a U.S. Supreme Court case comes along that seems magically to involve every important issue of the day. 
The Supreme Court will go a few extra rounds tomorrow, with each side on the Hobby Lobby case getting an extra 15 minutes. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Every few years a U.S. Supreme Court case comes along that seems magically to involve every important issue of the day. Hobby Lobby v. Sebelius, which will be argued tomorrow, does the trifecta one better: It involves the Affordable Care Act, religious liberty, contraception and the question of whether a corporation is a person with fundamental rights. It would be the professor's all-time dream question for a final exam in constitutional law -- except that even the best students couldn't possibly have time to address all the issues.

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