Michelle Boorstein

religion reporter for the Washington Post

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Religion reporter for The Washington Post

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What the resignation of a US Catholic Church monsignor might say about data privacy

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Just how did the family behind Hobby Lobby become the poster child for religious freedom and the Affordable Care Act?

Hobby Lobby Family

Just how did the family behind Hobby Lobby become the poster child for religious freedom and the Affordable Care Act?

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