Since last week’s US Supreme Court decision, angry battles are raging between religious freedom and women’s rights. Lawsuits by hundreds of corporations claim insurance coverage for contraception violates their beliefs—even if they don’t have to pay for it. Women’s groups—and Senate Democrats—counter that no boss should be able to tell a female employee how to protect her own body or plan a family. We’ll hear how it’s playing out in state legislatures, Congress, the fight over Obamacare and the November elections.
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Banner Image: Demonstrators in support of abortion and contraceptive rights read on their mobile phones as the ruling for Hobby Lobby against their cause was announced outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington June 30, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that business owners can object on religious grounds to a provision of U.S. President Barack Obama's healthcare law that requires closely held companies to provide health insurance that covers birth control. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst