Students “Knit Bricks” to Protest Hobby Lobby Decision

Sep 11, 2014

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By News2Share

The Secular Coalition for America is a nonprofit advocacy organization whose mission is to protect and strengthen the secular character of government. On Tuesday, September 9, they staged a march at the Supreme Court protesting the recent Hobby Lobby decision. This refers to the ruling that certain for-profit businesses can, on religious grounds, be exempted from the Obamacare requirement that health plans offered to workers include FDA-approved birth control with no co-pays.

 

Read more and see photos of the protest here.

2 comments on “Students “Knit Bricks” to Protest Hobby Lobby Decision

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    alaskansee says:

    I think it’s the amount if pointless effort that is the point. That’s how against HL they are, enough to waste a whole lot of time and energy.

    It’s a common protest technique, surprised it’s new to you. Hope they got their knitting supplies from Michaels or a good local art store.



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